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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: January 1, 1904
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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VOL. XXVII, NO j OCALA, FLORIDA FRIDAY. J\KUARY 1. 1M4! DOLLAR A YEAR '

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A LOVELY RECEP1. JO1LOI{ SMITH SNOT{ _
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I II MUD WON'T OBLITERATE IT
j BY DESPERATE HEGRO.

(Mrs. Hiller and Miss HIIIJ! Horn


-.A to Their Friends Tuol 4J Bad Man With "Gun" Makes a Dash r

for (Liberty-Posse Recaptured
Decidedly one of the lo at and j-\
\ Him-Lynching1 Narrowly
most complete receptions i given -

in Ocala was the one at i Mrs. Aierted.
A
Edward Hiller and Miss A: Hiller Wednesday afternoon Jailor Charles

entertained Tuesday after! from t Smith: arrested a negro man who

three to six o'clock. Tb1eets; of passes under the name of Will Rob

honor at this beautiful turn were APj1gsuis WKV OF inson, and who is wanted in Brevard
PAYMENT ht
Mrs. I. S. Hirsch, of <:Cjerland, NURE: ,, county on several, charges, one of

a Maryland, Miss Hattie Bbaum, t t/ t i T1 INDIAN mRCCOMMENCED ,_ which is murder.

of Pittaburg PA., and Mbaideline: The authorities here were notified

Lang of Portland Oregon!; : &MINOLE BQ that he would probably call at the

postoffiee for a money order or regis
Mrs. Hiller wore a ve legant r" VETERAN iog I

violet mousellme dress orately tered letter, and the postmaster was

trimmed in brocaded lace nd em- rrF P1NSIONS ,CIIATCHW A MAKQ IGc rllo requested to 'phone the sheriff should

broidery and chiffon. 'Mim ler was. DEMOCRATIC 11YIlVG 1N A a man answering to that name make
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charming in a g-,wn of te silk FRS TCKLT IN % l0 fi G tbe expected visitation. Yesterday

with a great deal of lace tr?ring. DEIri HIS IMF E ?! afternoon the man' called for tbe reg-

Mrs. Hirsch looked extrey lovelyin istered letter and the postmaster 1m- ..

mediattly 'phcne handsome of
a gown w crepe
D1Nt
-' L; de chene and lace. Mis R baurn'a Cod S TOWti .. acting deputy sheriff aa well, that
T ** JJ II"w
gown was also white crept chene SVTllr bis man was there

trimmed with a good deWwood Mr. Smith immediately respondedand "4

arrested tbe man in the postofllce .'
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mite
lace, and :Miss Lang wor embroidered -

net gown. All tie)I of the but did not take the precaution to -..

search him, and as he was being -'
I visitors were greatly ad mi} % I
taken to the jail and almost imme
Receiving with Mr*. 1 Mian i
T 34ti fin S* diately in of I
Hiller and their guests wethe following S front the Boston Store,

ladies: MM. Edw{I Holder, the negro suddenly pulled from its

uuuJ1 hiding place a 33 calibre revolver and
who wore black lace over tte satin; .1
fired twice at the officer one ball
Mrs. E. H. Mote, whose wn was ,

lavender crepe de chene, Ibroider- striking him just above iho right

f groin and he fell his knees
ed in purple pansies. ]i G. R. on from

McKean and Mrs. C. V. Vr, both which position he fired three shoe at t
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the fleeing negro who bad etartei:
.f whom were lovely in fir Wedding q

I sty and down Main street on a r<>".
gowns, and MlsstS
I The etrt't'ts'were crowded and the t
Rebecca Anderson, who w attired
1J shooting created intense excitement
J in champagne colored vi with a .

1Y, touch of pale blue and trued with. .-; and a number of persons, some on
:::::-- foot some in vehicles to others on t
champagne wood lace. -
and horse buck started In hot pursuit, but t t
The entire house was iy

bright with its wealth of;liristinasdecorations. rA notwithstanding which the negro

/ was not overtaken until he had covered -
the
On every sij eyes
I a distance of several mile a. ){r.
with the of .
,were met bright wony .

& r" red and Jreen'which m{ this attractive Carmichael was pursuing turn in a

carriage and shot him with a gun
home still more a tetive.
but it being loaded with bird shot,
In the music room Mr. m Fishel
ddsell failed to bring him down. He was.

at the the violin piano, rendered and Mr.then L. ,t beautiful on- I A Matchless Record-Serjator) Taliaferro Fairly Entitled to a Re-Election. eventually caught by Night Police

I man CharlES Weaver, who was on his
music, which added a feat deal -
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way home (roan Anthony
to the success of the recepl i. A Very Pleasant Affair. I Killed a Deer. Rogers-Kelly. A Business Change
I I[ The negro Wall brought in to the
Mrs. William Hocker.nd! Mrs. The dance at the armory Wednesday To the: Editor the Ocala Banner. Wednesday morning at ]0 o'clock Mr. Marshall McDavid has purchased -
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city and taken to the .heriiTa office
a Herbert Anderson entenued be night was an elegant affair and Virs. John t*. Smith, who lives near Misa E'iz"beth Coppley Kelly and Mr. the fruit and confectionary store'
I where he turned
was over to the au
visitors in the front ha. In the was to use the phrase now in vogue, Gum !Swamp::; celebrated Christmas Henry Daniel Rogers were united in of D. Crutchfield on Magnolia street thorities. #
A large number of people
"western corner," which Composed the limit. eve by killiug a flue deer. marriage at the home of the bride's!! just north of the Ocala Furniture i
iuirs I enjoyed to had in the meantime gathered In the {
entirely of western so"\ and: I Those participating were: Misses While Mr. Smith was absent in sister, Mrs. D. A. Clark: at artel. company's establishment. Mr. Mc-
I court house yard anti advocated
mementoes )1188" Hazel tier and Weathers, Pereda, Johnnie Liddon, Ocala Mrs. Smith took her horse and The ceremony woo! performed by Dr. David is a young man born and reared
lynching him, but the counsels of the
Miss Frances Anderson be d punch Ford, Harris, Violet Harris, Palmer, gun laud went turkey bunting. Soon W. C. Lindsay of this city and l was in Ocala and bears an excellent cooler ones prevailed and after his 6k

and gave to each visit a pretty Oozier Mary Anderson, Madeline she was attracted by tome dog running witnessed by a few friends of the reputation for sobriety, honesty and "
wounds were examined by physicians
little souvenir of the after >no )lrtJ.F. Lane, Piatt, Sallie Camp, Putter, toward her. Very ( >..n a deer bride and fcroorn. A weddiug breakfast uprightness we bespeak for him '
he was carried to the.jail where he 'e
L. Watson and Miss a. Harris, Elizabeth Venable and Condon and appeared in her path. Mrs. Smith was served, immediately after a liberal share of the patronage of
now awaits trial.
invited. the'guests into te dining Messrs. E.J Crook Emmett, Robinson promptly tired, killing! the animal ou Mr. aud Mrs.. Rogers came to Oczlt Deal a'!! citizens.Mr. .
1 : Officer Smith wa? picked up by
room. I Arthur Clark, S. E. Hiller Hib- the spot. She managed to put.him on aud left over the A. C. L. railway for
friends and taken to Dr. Hood's office
and Mrs. William Porter in
t The table was typical ofae Christ- bert Weathers, J. H. Bell,ti. H. Taylor her horse and carried him home and Bibhopville, S. C. where they will are '"
; where his wounds
the city. They came down to be were carefully ex.
i red th)predominant herself.
maaseason, being J. H. Mathews, W. D. Taylor, dressed him reside in future.
amined and he afterwards taken
with Mrs. Porter's grandmother Mrs.Miugh's was
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color. A low moun of exquisite ALTO.Fire : ,
Robert Mathews, C.
American Beauty rok formed I. O co Zewad ki, Capt. Lucas, of the Ocklawaba : whose death occurred .to his home, and his wounds dressed,
Clark Harvey Wednesday.
L. Anderson, Howard and it is not known whether the ball
river line is in hard luck. He had
f Chrietmas night.
y the centerpiece, and high ver can- B. House and fire turned in at
Clark, G. H. Ford O. An alarm of was around
the
glanced passed through
of hi to sink last
red tapersire oue steamers year
dlebra holding 11 group- Albert )Miller; Mr. and Mrs. D. S. half past! one o'clock Wednesday the We are indebted to the Ocala Pack- abdomen, and it is said that it cannot
} Scattered bout the and on Christmas day new
ed about it.
Woodrow and Mr. and Mrs. G. R. afternoon.The ing Company for a most appreciated be stated how
filled steamer for his line was burned atBtJyd's : just yet definitely serious *
i' table were silver bon bon fches I McKean, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Emerson.Mr. fire was the barn in Mr. J. T. Christmas present in the shape of a the wounds are and the doctorsare
f iuts and ship yards at P-latka.. It is
with white and green Fishel played sixteen Lancaster's 'ard. The firemen suon ]
Leon
fine ham. It is as delicious as any awaiting developments.
almonds supposed to have been the work of an

i. salted b5.i dances. ____________ ;. extinguished the flames: and very. incendiary.Mr. store bought ham we have ever Children----Peisoned.---
Mrs. L. A. Finch and, J. K.
little damage was done.
Boschee's German Syrup. I seeu.
------ Many children are poisoned and
Austin sat at the table ad pouredthe
1 Sandford Birdsey, of Montezurua -
: We cannot understand why anv L Miss Leta Camp gave a very happy made nervous and weak, if not (killed .
viich with Wonderful Ner.e.
coffee and chocolate, person suffering with a cold or throat Ga., spent Christmas morning I I children's party Tuesday night at the. outright, by mothers giving them

delicious nut cream and cake was and lung trouble will neglect to purchase Is displayed by man y a man en- in Ocala. He left on the afternoon cough syrups containing opiate. FOOt!
home of her Col. and Mrs.W.N. .
passed by Mhs Esther Wes lers, Miss a bottle German Syrup, sold during pains of accidental Cut, train for Clearwater to spend a short parents, ley's Honey and Tar ia a safe and certain r,
civilized of the world, Wounds Bruises Burns, Scalds, Sore Camp. About ten boy ,and virus
Violet Harris, Miss Emir Ford and In all parts I Mr. remedy for coughs croup sad
while with his
without a single case of failure. Feet or Stiff Joints. But there's no parents-in-law, were present and all bad a big time. lung trouble and is the only promi-

Miss Georgia Smith. There are thousands of consumptives need for it. Bucklen's Arnica Salve and Mrs. R. A. Green. nent cough medicine that contains no ,

There were nearly a had red and right here in Ocala that give Boschee'a will kill the pain and cure the trouble. Miss Frances Anderson, Miss Hazel opiates or other poisons.

fifty callers daring the afttnoon and German Syrup the sole credit of their It's the best salve on earth for Piles, I Rev. J. A. Hendry who was the Hiller and her guest, Miss Madeline

{ the reception was a very bdliant and being alive today. Ask the AntiMonopoly too. 25c at Anti-Monopoly Drug :Methodist pastor here last year and Lang, came up from Dnnnellon Monday The charter for the Abe Brown 4.Brother'

Drug Store. Price 25 and Store and Tydings & Co. m : who has been appointed agent for the new wholesale grocery
delightful affair. morning, where they spent Sat.
75cent 2 I I I Conference College at Sutherland, establishment, the ware houses of
i The ladies, who assisted ,t the reception Miss Gertrude Peyser, who is visit- I nrday and Sunday with Mrs. Edward
will make his home in Ocala. He is which will be established at Ocala
and quite a numb? of other Baptist Witness Sold. ing at Columbus, Ga., is being com Holder.
occupying the district parsonage in and Silver Springs!! and a line of boats
friends were invited for tbt! evening The Florida Baptist Witness has plimented with a number of parties In renewing her subscription to the
the first: ward. put on between Silver Spring and
been sold to Po V. W. L. Mahon of and she will extend her visit until Ocala Banner Mrs. M. T. Wills, of
also.The I PalatkA, has been granted. Work for
rugs were taken Dp.the furni Arcadia, who is now in the city. The the middle of January. At the I Miss Effie Sims, of Valdosta Ga., Taladega, Ala., says: "I cannot get the launching of this enterprise wlu

: ture removed and a most delightful sale was made on account of the con annual fair held in that city several II I who spent several weeks here last along without it." It is an old,'old
begin at once. It will much
mean
;; -t' evening was spent dancing?ihe music tinual ill health of Rev. J. C. Porter. weeks ago Miss Peyser was noted the winter with Mrs. 8. T. Sistrunk, la story, but is one that grates pleasantly for this county an especially Ocala.

\f' being furnished by Mr. rebel .and The paper will continue to be issued most popular young lady there and visiting her sister, Mrs. J. B. Staten. on our ear.
Mr. John D. Backalew of James-
L Mr. Goodsell. from this city. was awarded a very handsome card She will be here for'the winter. ,

: The evening party was in every way case and pocket book. )Irl!. D. W. McLaury, of Cornell, burg, New Jersey has arived in OrA4vfor .
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r.:'.,, delightful as the afternoon and it Domestic Troubles.It Miss Elizabeth Venable, of Jackaonville has returned from St. Petersburg tbe winter. Mr. Hucble(! < .9
t' : aa
I F r } : was nearly midnight before.the guests is exceptional to find a family Col. Realty, of Bartow, one of the and her sister, Miss Clara where she spent Christmas with her spent his winters in Ocala for m.V r j '

there domestic ruptures most prominent phosphate operatorsin Venable of Litchfield (:enn. will Kinne and his friends do- -
I where are no parents, Mr. and Mrs. who are years are always

i. < departed. occasionally, but these can be lessenedby the state, was ,shot from ambush spend the coming week in Ocala the there for the winter. lighted to welcome him.

: J. A crowd of high school boys and having Dr. King's New Life Pills Thursday morning by a negro man. guests of Mrs. William Hocker. Clifford Landers came to Oh
around. Much trouble they save by lion Robert F. Rogers of Lake
He was not seriously injured but Mrs.
.: Tuesday'at'Silver Springs. Tuesday to see his Otis r''n
; girls spent work in Stomach and brother r
their great
.. J.; They were chaperoned by Mrs. 8. E. Liver troubles. They not only relieve Beatty, who was in the buggy with We are under obligations to thb City, who for several years. baa,-\ been was so badly injured last week. :Bi

:: Waterman and spent the day most you, but cure. 25c, at AntiMonopoly him, was shot about the face and w.J.Chambers Shoe Co., for a very state supervisor of convicts, was a i are glad to learn that Otia ia**getti, g ,

? Drug Store and Tydings & Co. m breast and ia probably fatally hurt. ]b\4 ndsome: 1904 calendar. minent visitor to Ocala Tuesday along nicely. ,
J; ,",' delightfully.

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the condition of sufferers THE
many Christmas day was celebrated with Christmas has past, with no casual- Christmas has come and gone and I .
from catarrh,especially it the morning. .
e the usual amount of noise, with family it 18, and good will and t
pleasant everybody tbrou.n this section had
:. ; Great difficulty is experienced in clearing armed into
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bank
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parties and social and the
calls .
the head and throat. greetings prevailed.Mr. a good: time. The Christmas tree at
i warmth and sunshine made It and Mrs. [ teem of the public. It prov is right! to live! ; it .
.No wonder catarrh causes headache, an W. J. Seckinger entertained the school house on the 24th was :

impairs the taste, smell and hearing, I almost ideal day. The Rev. Mr. Jones their bright children with a largely attended. The tree was a :\ justified popular support by tiering service It \' i

pollutes ach and the affects breath the,appetite.deranges the stom I I preached a Christmas sermon in the home Christmas tree Christmas beautiful holly with more than five :.\ istheficeddeterlninationo.oltndersthatt conditions will continue. these 1-} "

To catarrh be Methodist church in the morning. morning A few iii hundred
cure treatment must neighbors! were presents for young and old. Bankers
'constitutional-alterative and tonic. MUNROE & CHAM S. ,
The Christmas tree and the cantata vited. The parlor Was nicely decorted The following WWI the
r I was afflicted with catarrh. I took program: : OCALA. Fl \ ,
medicines of different kinds giving each "The Crowning ')f Christmas" Was and the tree abounded witu Song, "There is Sunshine in My } #
a fair trial; but gradually grew worse until iNfAiN Ni1N INiiNltNit NiNtNN1NtNN! -
I... I could hardly bear, taste or smell. I then given in the elaborately decorated large number of buch presents a t oul." Address of welcome, by Roy

concluded to try flood's Sarsaparilla and town hall Thursday evening and of f fascinates children I
High tower
z after t king five bottles I was cured and interspersed: vuili ; recitation, "If I were a -
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have "not had any return of the disease course called out every one for miles I burning wax tapers whichwas beautiful Boy," by Louis Morrison, Irl Lewis .. -
since. ECGESI FORBES, Lebanon, Kan.
;' Hood's Sarsaparilla around, and many little hearts were and inspired the little ones with and Dan Fort; recitation, terry David S. W hrowPHOSPHATE e

made happy by Banta Clans. anxious expectancy. The prngent Christmas," by Tommie Parker, Lena i
Cures catarrh-it aoothea and strengthens
ths mucous membrane and builds Mr. and Mrs. French and daughter, were delivered and a halo of happiness and Peunie: Fort; recitation, "A Little ,

:. np the whole system.ADDITIONAL. Miss Marion, of Bridgeport, Conn., i prevailed. Impressions were Boy's Trouble," by Henry Morrison; ANDS.
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accompanied by Mrs. French's brother i made that time will not efface. If recitation, "Too Much Christmas" _ .

LOCAL. Mr. Amzie Barcum: of Danbury, ptrenta generally would provide more by Louis Morrison ; recitation, "Grin

Conn., arrived last week at their home attractions for their children, and Bear It," by Salhe Fort; recitation you hare any phosphate ou wish to sell or

Misa Annie Mae Standley has goneto winter home on Front street. the tender relations of home life "When :Mamma Was a Girl" lease on royalty communicate lant im.

. t Valdosta, Oa., to spend several Mr. M. L. Smith, a former resident would bind families more closely to by Addle Morrison ; recitation! "Rockof 4

weeks with her friend, Misa Mable here but now of Valdosta, Oa., Is gether, thereby causing happiness to Ages," by Willie McKinney; long, ,
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visiting in town. i be sought within the home circle by three little girls; recitation, -

Office nest to... Smith. Po.toffic< k. Q Mr. and Mrs. W. B. of instead of "Picolla Sallie
Cogswell :
Mr. D. A. Tremere, of Belleview, a questionable places of re* by Morrison; recite

member of the Belleview Trading Danbury, Conn., arrived last week sort lion, "Christmas Bells," by Dora and It..

Company, was a visitor here Wed for the season. The Martel Christmas tree was a Beadie McKinney; recitation, "A I _..

nesday. Mrs. Chas. Tremere and two children success in all of its features. The ttecrt."by Tommie Parker; recita1 -

returned Sunday to their homein rain kept tiou( "Reason J. F. EDWkDS'
:Mr.Jesse Biltingsly,of Tallahassee, some away, but the cbapp t Why, by Pinnie Fort;

Jacksonville after a two week's was comfortably filled with home song, by Willie and Tommie Parker
resident In this ; f
formerly a : city, was BIG WHISKS\ HOlJSEI

I shaking hands with friends here yes visit with Mr. Tremere.A folks and visitors from Ocala and 1 recitation, by Arthur McKinney; ,

-.' terday. few of the young people gave a other points. The program under recitation, by Dora McKinney; reel Gainesville and Cala. Fla. I

::::: : .. dance on the eighteenth In the ball I the skillful management; of Mae tation, by Roy Hightower; recitation -- 1 O 'I" -'JI
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: Mr. Jules Krauskofl, of Savannah, I 5Oo I
at the corner of Carp avenue andFront 1 Lillian Farris, was impressively! an t by Saute Morrwou and Mamie Fort; I iJ\ -0..
a partner with Mr. James Duly in fall >
street. It was greatly enjoyedby 1 entertainly executed without a hitch. recitation, by Willie Parker and o
vegetable planting, was a visitor here _
yesterday.Mr. those attending. The beautiful presents were then distributed Doeia Fort; recitation, "\7,uedic ory," i c w

: Miss Sara Bosworth, after several and all present had a good by Pennie Fort. The children all S.II I p. Cosg "'
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W. T. Gary returned yesterday month's visit to her old home ID SewYork time. The decorations were faultier, knew their parts and spoke, well and I -.. -rz. : Za S wii._. SI rr
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: from Late City, where he attendedthe state, returned last Tuesday anis d and all left feeling more closely l ltreaterrditis due to their teacher, 4.1 o; I. -= *B5T "f if:

'\ : opening session of the state teach again at Mrs. Molndoe'd. united in the tender ties of aocialllife.R. Miss America Pillans. She also as I 4: K

i ers' convention. Mrs. True Whittier and baby, of W. Long and family, each r r- worked untiringly for the Christmas !oO 0:0 I. ? I
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St.. Pett'rsburlClirrived Monday for a reived valuable presents from loved tree. She will long be remembered j "" "- ,
Master Henrj Marsh, who bas been Co .... .
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. visit with Mrs. J. J. Nelsan.J ones of Ocala, Jacksonville aud by the children here. -It .
very ill for the past two weeks, is 8-
and Mrs. O. M. Gale and chi l Quincy, which was greatly apprecia Rev. E. D. Luter preached his farewell eSO ,
greatly improved and will be all '
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of Oeala sermon in the n TJ r ,,,
dren spent Christmas with Sunday Congregational O '
right iu a day or two. ted.Mr FAMOUS AMIECSEJl a BCIl BEER
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.' Mrs. Gale's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. and Mrs. Howell, of York, church.

Mr. A. D. Williamson: traveling C. Ridge. gave a reception to the young people Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tucker, of FINE WINES WHIBKIE d BRANDIES. '

: freight. agent of the 8. A. L. railway, Mr. T. C. Hall, of Ocala, was i in Christmasnightaud all had a good Cacoa, have been visiting relative Woo ale or Bourbon at.._. .-_... -..$1.75 IllY t4oo at-.. ...._........-JJM
2.50 -- %.00 too Carolina Corn at.... ....,-Loo
town here. .. It .......,_ ..... It
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Saturday time.
return i to Ocala today after a short My 3.00 .. N. My 1.50 M't'onewOOtnat.xoeMy .. .. .. t"Wy
__ 3.001 I 34y _, ;
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4.00
:-. trip| u outb Florida. Mr. Fred D. Waite, one of Bell e- The two yeas old daughter of Mr. Mrs. Willie Long, of Wyona, la My 1.10 Gin. tt __..__. ..._ -, -.. 1.75 'Mf 4.00 .. .. M .. ., }L09 wM .
My _---_ 2.OU My 4.110 England Ram at........___.. If*
view's early settlers, and one whosedeparture and Mr James i Khadark have Urn visiting her father, P. T. Gnggs.J. Tile Ju; and Keg Trade Made Special i'
? :: : Rev. L. W. Moore, the Methodist .. Feature .
J.
T. Lewis
: was universally regrettedwhen indisposed but not has! had the misfortuneto '
supposed to
a Iaaendingyontotdeaalwtytsendeaonghtoeover. clot jug. H lfUon Jan, 1gallon .
: '. mlii.sier, wnii uU family arrived yesterday jug.Isc;&: gallon jug.25C;gallon jug,35c; kegsjl
lose his
..... be left to take charge of the seriously effected, died suddenly big black horse, who died I veil more whiskey and better whiskey than any hoe Fk.rida,beaDlC I give rood,,.
.. from Gainesville and are now with e.t good*and lull measure,
Manatee Lemon staggers.
Company's interests
Wednesday afternoon and was burird atrialorderwiltconvinceyonthtt"wearethepeopl TenntctiawUt the order.
at home In 'he parsonage is in town haiuL with his old Mr. A. J. White is t'ours.anxiousteDleae.) J.
shaking the following day in St. Johns cent e- slowly improving. EDWARDS. \
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.. friends. lIe came up from Manateeto tery. The bereaved have the .
Mr Will :'allace, after a two week's sympathy
look after the he still Mr. W. Martin spent Christmaswith
L. property of the community at large.
i visit to bis mother iu this city, and

his sister ::0 HummerfieiJ, returned to owns here and at Lake Weir. -. -.-. his daughter, Mr!!. :Sam Cord, in ,

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mitchell and Tampa.J. .
his home in Havannnh yesterday.
baby returned from Oxford Monday CAIT[.RYI LLE. T. Lewis reports a good trade ,
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r: Miss Lucile Standley gave a most where they spent lIevt'ry days. '0 during the holiday week. j le more averttabledragonot physical alth nleavfalnltapath i
wrecks tb
enjoyable party last! night. A good Mr. and Mrs. Warren Smith gave a Everybody looking gay and feel We wish the Banner and all its ease pecultartoAmerica robatdy my other one dla
1 WHY
t Lv many of her young friends enjoyed pleasant dance at their home Monday Ing well since Christmas. And they force a happy and prosperous New % q of dntne the ma,or that dy Simply the deadly systps bee Rl-calomel.upon usually the first scourged tadtcation with
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: Mica Btandley'a hospitality and all evening. all have cause to. The day was Year. BLUFF. i.- Don t Do It. It'sntBrous. It isn't at all
necessary either.
I' Tve
J pciveIy guarantee
had a big time. Dr. and Mis. Mixttr are enjoying a beautiful. The first in five years thatit For Sato. a

visit from the doctor's brother Mr. did nut rain all day. It rained HEF3INEBrick
':" Wind mill, 40 foot tower, 8 foot
Miss Frances Anderson, who has some in the afternoon but tOmmnaadrxw.xtan t say toast 0! ana"ria rt (a
J. M. Mixter. Josii. did not wheel. All steel and galvanizedforce and Durely ltaa all th lrtaa of quiet..

. been at home for the past two weeks, I spoil the day. pump 1,000 gallon cypress tank, ax,u W I .ktdacjj and atotaica traabl

- leit Wednesday for Atlanta to resume CITRA NEWS NOTES. The entertainment and Christmastree 100 feet piping, etc. SOope tde. Alt Druj lata

'- her studies in the Washington Semis at the Pine Level school house A. Y. STRUNK,

/:, s f Mr. and Mrs. ClArk Griner arrived Spring Park, Fla.
. nary. Christmas eve was a good one and a
" v. Wednesday, and are at home to their
A very pretty and happy children's large crowd was present and enjoyedthe Frost every night for about six ,
friends at the widence of A. J.
T party was the one at which Miss evening immensely. The program weeks continuously and instead of
Douglas on High street. Mra. Griner
r. } Adele Bittniger entertained a large was short but fine. It was as follows: making everybody well it bas made LOTT Wt
was formerly Miss Kate Lindsey, of sOHNSON _
number of her little friends Wednesday Song, by school; Christmas acrostic, nearly everybody sick.Ve don't _
1 ,. Steubenville, Ohio. Mr. Griner is Lime '
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night from seven to ten o'clock I by ulna children; Christmas song, by need a frost in Florida. ----.-- -
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from Harri&onburg, Va. Both are

i-._ Fatal kidney and bladder troubles well known, and have many friends Bbbie Stokes; recitation, by Inez Mr. J. C. Williams, manager of the Hair NW[ AND SECONDRAND[
: Ross; recitation, by Henry Jordan .MiC INRY.[
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.,;. :- can always be prevented by the use here. Electric Light plant, is back from Cement

:i. of Foley's Kidney Cure. Postoffice Mr. and Mrs. L. 8. Brooks, of May- recitation, by Dora Morrison; recitation Auburn, Alabama, where he spent OF-
Drug Store m by Cecil Stokes; recitation, by Laths i
- nard Mass. Christmas with friends and
relativesMr.
regular winter residents
Ethel Turner; song, by school; recitation THE LAKE CITY I SHOPS.Locomotives .
,.;,. Mrs. II. C. Grove happened to a are at the Mansion.Dr. And L.r.CHIHE...
,. by Abner BrailS; recitation, by J. Starr Sternberger has moved
=<. painful accident a day or two ago Carswell is home again from an For Sale and "
" Mable Turner his office into the Shingles.
; recitation, by iulee one formerly used
:: while out automobiling. In someway extended visit to Georgia. Second land Rail Bought and Sold. :I
Stokes; recitation, by Roy Rosa by Mr. Frank Ditto between Dr.Anderson's '
ft'. she ran her machine into a Captain Carter, a conductor on the ; 72il6 ft nich pressure >turn tubular boiler, one

..:. ditch and was thrown from it, Atlantic Coast Line, is now on the dialogue; recitation, by Mary Morri and the Surprise Store. 25 horse power Economic b son; recitation, by eight little chil- Ball Automatic engine, one >x24 Tolbert eagiue, one
t spraining her ankle pretty severely. main line, and A. L. La Rue takes his dren.A Air. J. W. Crosby returned yesterday Office and Shops 14x16 New York Safety en ne, one 12x16.Erie City :.:;:
engine, 6x24 Frank Flair 30 ton Baldwin locomotive ,
, 1 place on the Citra train. from a visit to Jacksonville. near one one -.r
visit from and a lot of otheboilers and engines and ?
)Ir. C. H. Herndon, brother-in-law Santa Claus. S. A. L. Freight
Allison and Miss other
Mary Wartuian machinery on hand. j \
Night Policeman A. H. Brigance, are Miss McCreery, the teacher, certainly Mr. Max Newberger, of Savannah, .
home from college spending the Depot. LAKE CITY: {j FLORIDAOne <
who was here on a visit about two chose the presents for the is in the city.
holidays. I '
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Stewart Harris, from Asheville i,
and will reside here permanently.He something which will cause them to
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is accompanied by his sister. long remember their teacher. -..-= JUST RBCBI7BD! (
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Prof. Harrol =: : ,.:
The and wife
Ocala
are
friends spending
of
Mrs
Benjamin ings and goings during the holidays 2t' :t \.

tie F. Hampton, of Gainesville, Fort their vacation with his parents at but we can't mention them now for "- I OUR FALL STOCK. A large supp of Big Boston .*

f r formErlyliss Harriett Whiddon, of White. good reasons. More next time. .I.Cb lettuce of the most reliable seed far ers in the United

r this The Misses Altman and Cheshire -.-. IL:11' States. Cabbage Onions Egg
t city, will be interested to learn I Happy Xew Year to all. Good-bye. ? -' '' Turnips, pucumbers,
that a little' daughter has recently have gone home for the holidays.The Plant, Beans, Celery, Beets and al, kinds of Farm
r UNCLE JOE. and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers. i
arrived to bless her home. Misses Tracey, Oyer and Penny --
Be
1 sure to see or write us before buy your Early
Holland are at home during the holi! Pretty Wedding at Connor. Corn for spring yolk

Mrs. H. P. Robinson and children : days. The j II .
home
of
55 Mr. and Mrs. L. M -or"J; i I '.

.. .- and Miss Emily VanDeventer depart I Dr. and Mra. T. W. :Moore left Sat Graham was the scene of a very .

,: ed yesterday for Ocala, where they urday for Leesbufg where he ia pretty wedding yesterday morning The Ocala Seed Stored

will-A visit v. relatives, Mr.. and Mrs. Geo. stationed for next year. Rev. H. B. when their daughter, Miss Julia Porter .

"Robinson' ... ., for a few days.-Gaines- Frazee has been appointed to hia Gertrude Graham was married toMr. ROLLS FROM Only the beg -1;

r \flUe....' Sun, charge. William Henry Carlton. The OUR OVE.material gee ',.",

There was the usual Christmas bride is an attractive into the oven an
tree
young womanand only the WESTERB
: Rev. Henry W. Little returned yesterday MEATS
'' afternoon at the Methodic church Christmasnight. has many friend in this section, BEST BREADrolls
from
Orange: Lake,
who wish her every joy. The out. It is _
l whereon Tuesday night he conducted groomis delightfully crisp and
the Christmas Ed. L. Wartman presented his wifewith a prosperous yours business man of wholesome. A few slices buttered is a Fresh
? service at the Episcopal Fish and
'b. a span of handsome black horsesfor Palatka, where they will make their meal In itself and almost aa nutritious Oysters
f ,1'. church iIi that place. Among Christmas.fOlEnnOmANDTAR'. home. as meat.

other pleasant things at the service'to Orders for Bread, etc., can be more
Mr. and Mrs W. Dl Graham and atiafactorfly filled byBENDS' :
was 'a Christmas tree bountifully { W.P. EDWARDS
Messrs. John
and A\but Graham
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Covered with brood things.;
to.thecough.tadheal.lunR r of this city, attended the wedding BAKERY CITY MARKET Phone 121 OCALA,

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CHRISTMAS IN I OCALA. all the week and its sales were enor-

mous. A Rare Chance.

Christmas with the exception of a The livery.stables and hackmen did

:, THE 01 RELIABLE light! shower of rain, which lasted more than a land-ofilce; business and

only for a little while was a beautiful the saloons were not closed and did

.. a tremendous jug trade.
day in Ocala, and will appear in future .
] The fruit stands and confectionarystores 1
calendars in red letters.
tj74 were kept particularly busy und
f I There at the Catholicand
+' were services they not only supplied home wants

t .. OI ( f Episcopal! churches in the morning but shipped many boxes of fruit etc.,
We will sell for the six
and the banks printing offices, to distant places. next daysour
fine Ladies Silk Umbrellas
Even the hardware with
office and of tbe establishments
post some stores were
Jj Silver and Gold Handles at cost,
closed. who are not supposed to keep many
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j holiday goods in stock also report a .
The Ocala House served more than
magnificent trade and that such
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t i'a 300 free lunches in its buffet.
,' 4kp egUlMU articles as brass I fenders andirons,

I 1 % The King's Daughters the churches shovels, tongs etc., were in splendid
u '. f
,' I 9 and the various fraternal organizations demand and the supply was almost
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t- ; through appropriate commit exhausted.The .

tees,distributed gifts to the poor and reports from all tbe merchants
; W. J. Chambers' Shoe Co.
3 -ye : needy aud the children of the city iu the city make it possible for us to
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... ,.-. were all made happy by the visit of say that the past week was the biggestin

Santa Clam, girt about with toys for the retail trade of the city aud the --- _
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his juvenile friends. beauty of it all was that the sales were

/% yri The merchants of Ocala without nearly all spot cash and the local S. A. STASOLEY, LEE MILLER {

L t exception report the bist trade especially hank deposits! were somethiug ex-
;:4 ; : Absoite.y Pure .
S. A STANDLEY
.' I on CbriltD.l"ne., that ha Irlor.t .try. & CO.

i THERE ever been recorded in the mercantile merchants account for the im-
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history of the city. m'.usetrrds 'ro'u the fact that the Feed
Livery and Sale Stables
The Ocala Music Company say that county t-Dj'oyiiijj an unprecedented I ;

their trade wan unprecedented ; that err II prosperit .
fH.
the second daj's sales doubled the --- We carry the most completeline
BAll EUSiSSTS HiMIS Xeeadltor: :: Jiiss May Allred who spent Christmas Deafness Cot to Cured
first tbe third doubled tbe
day's, day
I with her brother, Mr. N. M. by local appliciui, as they cannot of Harness, Saddles, etc .
second and so on throughout the
t 1 HAPPENINGS ABOUT TN.. Allred, returned to Jacksonville Bun- week. The only reason they did not reach the disea xl portions of the ear. in central Florida,.and will give
; > I day. There is oniy one way t<> cure deafness -

i Dr. Cars well, of Citra span !{onJ Mrs. E. P.Thagard and children do a bigger trade was because they and that is by constitutional! our patrons the: very lowest 1

J ; had no room for pore clerks. remedies. Deafness 13 caused by an We '' 4
In prices. thoroughly'
day our city. are
ills Ellen
-I who uppnt Christmas with
The Poitoffice Drug brore reports iulUinui co&ahiou of the mucous linIng -

>' Mr. Clarence Carleton retunl; to HuggitiHLt Rrddick returned home the same degree of activity. Lad of the Eustachian Tube. When equipped for fitting out turpentine -
this tube is inflamed bavearumb-
Monday. you
Jacksonville Tuesday. year their holiday tr..dttra8 more ling bound ,'' imperfect hearing and and lumber teams, gear, .

Mrs. Edward Holder is at thteila Mis, Anuid DaLong, who spent than satisfiftoiy, hut the sales this wneu it entirely closed Deafness is wagons, etc.W'e -.r 1, e !,c; '

House for a few days. Christmas friends in Ocala retained year far outstripped the last year's the result, and unless me inflammation r.wDE.ltwtrld.rl' ,r.krltW % Sw
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<:handler Situi- re ord. They not only sold more can be taken out anti this tube restored ....,
to her home at always keep on hand a full; .line of Columbus anti. S- lcra:
That tbe toy pistol had no tiuis goods, but a mueti more costly grade to its nor al condition, hearing -
day will be dt toyed forever; nine Buggies, and "White Hickory" Turpentine and Farm,'Vaj,:>us.
r.A in Ocala was due solely to Ocaluck. of good
... Mr. Iud Mrs. Newcornb.Rarcocamein cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh .
Xorth Side Court House.! Ooala. Fla r
Mr. A. E. who deals almost
I i;:. Mr. Archie Ingr&m of Jackso'jlle from Cotton Plant and spent Burueett which is nothing, but an inflamed c'ondition

I is visiting hu parent fur a Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. J.M. I exclusively in birh' rl.de jewelry of the mucous surfaces.We _u_ ______ ___ _- ._ _......._.
re71.Miss I I and silver lays that hi! sales will give O- a Hundred Dollars "...... ...", ,,,.,,,, ..

Jessie Owens, of fcparr I isistr- Barco.Mr were fully one-thirl larger than in for any case fit Deafness (caused by ESTABLISHED 15JHAJSnSTE :
Fort Ga. catarrh) thii cannot be cured
Smith, of Valley, byflail's BROS"H
ing IIr. and Mn. Hteward Lea iu any previoulillea Wu.
formerly Mills Eula GaUi', of Ocala, Catarrh Cure. Send for circu- t :
lahaggee. Mr. F. G. B. Weibe, Ocala's oldest lars; free.F. .
in visiting her parent, Mr. and Mrs.
{ i jeweler l caught his full share of the J. CKENEV & Co., Toledo, O. i i
WHOLESALE LIQUOR AND BEER HOUSE.
Hiss Carrie Sigrn&n, who tents H. C. Galen.
Sold by Druggists, 75e.Hall's .
trade and says h. wee remembered in
school near Live Oak, was in ala, : 1246 to 1258 W. Adams St., Jacksonville, Fla. :
i I, If a boys Christmas is gauged by fine shape.Mr. Family Pills are the best.At .

Monday. I the size of the fire crackers and a big T. B. Snyder, of the Haberdashery II Club 4 Full Qts. H FuU Qts. :: i'
the Churches Sunday. : Hunting $1.65 7.00
A gentleman just in from Tatoae-- noire the Ocala boy certaiLly had a says that hit sales surpassed! his Nelson: County J.90 750itonograiuMarylend
Regular services were held in all of ".20 800
J tee says that at the capital are oli- big Christmas.Mrs. most sanguine expectations and there 1 Haoe's"4t" 3-75 9.50 .
the churches Sunday morning at tiaaetDrops 400 11.00 .
tics to ourn. ; was not an idle moment at any time
C. E. Abson returned from eleven o'clock and in the evening EXPRESS PREPAID. can't tell what wet
in his establishment. have until you try. .
' 'lfrs. E. H. Mote, of Let SbU is Crystal River Monday where she there were services at the Episcopal :
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Our reference, 15 successful business.You .
years
The Boston Store people! that
say
her sister << .
visiting her sister, Mrs. Wiam spent Christmas with the week bi fore Christmas broke all and Methodist ehunthes. ".. a.aaaaaacsxm __............................... _..Ii .
Hocker. I Mrs. G. W. Watson. The Christian, Presbyterian and
I records: with them and from early
a Dr. Thomas C. Thompson, of cteonville Baptist ministers dismissed their services -
Mr. Clarence Carleton, of Jacksonville morning until midnight it was almost
Christmas in (ala in order to welcome the new
spent
and Mr. Fred Carleton of Birmingham impossible for their clerks to wait
with hid Methodist minister Rev. L. W.
k parents.Mr. \ are spending the holidays upon the stream of customers. Moore. THE CLUB HOUSE.

with their In this city. Messrs. Rheinauer& Co., say that .
Merton U. Mann is in Oca I to I parents Mr. Moore used as his text, "What --
their trade was heavy and the balance
attend the funeral of his granj her -
Think Ye of Jesus" and
preached a
Rev. L. B. Warren returned Friday sheet for the week made all previous
Mrs. Mary B. Maughs. very fine sermon on this ,theme. He Cuisine First Class. !
from )Macon Ga, where he was called efforts seem small. totes ReasoQoble.RefurlJis .

Miss May Allred, of Jackson le, on account of the illness of his The W. J. Chambers Shoe; Co., say is an earnest and eloquent speakerand

is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ml. mother. Helefther greatly Improv. his congregation are delighted .
that their trade doubled their sales ofa with him. ed T roug out. Special Rates by Month. '
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Allred for a few days. i ed
year ago. Mr. Moore will move his family to I :
Mrs. C. E. Powell and children are The H. B. Masters store which at
Mathews
Mr. Frank
r t isspendinghe Ocala from Gainesville this week and
!: I expected in Ocala soon to be-the all times does a remarkably good x
)Ir. od
his
I i' holidays with parents they will occupy the Methodist par- I
1 i Mrs. Charles Mathews. guests of Mrs. Powell's mother and business, say that their trade during :MRS.: THOS. J. BARNES PROPOCALA

sonage. ______ ___
Mrs. R. D. and Mrs.J. .
sister Thompson the entire holiday week was a heavyone
1 sit ha rented he Miss Teagua Hurt.
Mra. C. C. Todd -
i E. Chace. and the goods sold were of a more

{ Dorsey house on Ocklawaha aveue expensive class: than is usually bought Saturday while iu the woods near FOUNDRY & MACHINE WORKS
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.: it : her home at Lady Lake Miss Sara: !
and moved into Tuesday.
; t". (. during the holiday season. This firm
'.', .: Ky., is spending a while in Ocala Teague happened to a very painful OCALA, FLORIDA. _
has been in the use
: Mrs. C. P. :McUrath went to Tarpa with his wife, who i is at the home of quite conspicuous accident. In attempting to break a
of printer's ink and is entirely pleased -
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Sunday to visit her sister, Mrs. J.M. her sister Mrs. J. B. Statea on Pine twig from a tree the limb rebounded
with the requite. BOILERS ENGINESPipe
Terrell for short time.
a
,. street. striking her in the eye. The eye ball
Klein that
& Campbell say their
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': :Mr. Irvin Reardon is now bi ng Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy of Plant clerks were simply worked down audit was badly cut and tbe pain was and Fittings to 12in., Valves, Pumps, 'Jo

'. cletk in the Atlantic Coast lue City, spent Saturday in Ocala. Mrs. would have been impossible to have intense. Sawmills, Saws-circular and drag Belt :

freight office in Savanuah. Kennedy was, before her marraige, done a bigger business. Miss! Teague was brought to Ocala ing, Pulleys, Bolts, general line of

1 Miss Althea Dunn, of Citra. and an operation performed on her
The Ocala Bazaar says that a stream MILL AXI) MINING SUPPLIES.
Mr...Dillon.. Graham is visitingiis. eye Saturday afternoon. It is feared
brothers Messrs. W. D., John od Mr. and Mrs. Williams and. their of buyers thronged their store con- I
that she will lose the eight of one eye
Miss Josephine William, tinuously and their purpose was not I.
Albert Graham in this city. daughter, but her many Ocala friends hope that IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS
of Branford, are spending the holiday only to examine but to buy and today
Gary and William Turnley, of the result will not be as bad as it is : ILL KINDS OF MACHINE WORK
week in Ocala the guests of Mr. and their shelves look like a cyclone has ..
Arcadia, are visiting their grad- thought.
I Mrs! R. 8. Ball.Kindnesais swept though them.
.- mother Mrs. Fannie R. Gary. Miss Teague is with her brother and
The Anti Monopoly Drug Store re-
-a Mr. Charles H. Lloyd has gone a a coin whose standard sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. F. A: "
trade at its estab (
psrts a prosperous REFLECT A MOMHT.[
Gainesville to spend a few days as tie of value ia not fixed by legislative! lishment and says the sales could Teague.

Mr.Ben K. Throrrer. enactment. It at its true Ifr
guest of passes scarcely have been greater. Public Notice.

Messrs. W. A. Murphy and M : worth all over the world. II establishments The public is hereby warned that I !. Have you decided on the kind o
furniture of
The J.A.I
Fairfield Chris will pay no orders given on me from \ fertilizer you are going to use? It'snot
Laughlin spent Mrs. Howard Hall and baby of Pittman tc Son, Mr. E. C. Smith and : much but
whomsoever unless such of how
any person a question ,
and i
of Mr. ,i
Ocala the
mas in guests Arcadia, were in Ocala Monday. Melver and McKay presented a busy person has written authority from me what kind when the best result .-,..

Mrs. D. E. McIver. They were on their way home from a apperance and report an unusually authorizing them to make such orders. can be obtained. You can't make *

visit to Mrs. Hall's father Mr. L. M. week. Ocala, Fla., Dec. 1, 1003. a
who A
Mr. C. L. Gamsby, spent atisfactory mistake when you use our high grade "
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Christmas, in Ocala, returned to Graham at Connor. Capt. G. A. Nash, who is an old. fertilizers. .

Jacksonville, Alan Monday morning. :! Mrs. H. K. Smith, who has been merchant says that he remembers For Sale at a Bargain. :h j J' cash for bonesA r
House and lot of E. C. Hood in Highest price paid dry
tie Atlantis Coast Line railway spending the past five weeks in nothing like it in the history of Ocala .
third ward now occupied by E. W.

put on additional sleeping car Atlanta returned home Sunday. She and that the buying was singly ex- Davis, for sale at a bargain, for cash. FLORIDA FERTILIZER MFG.4C.QMPAHY,

J.' ,vice between Atlanta. and Jackson. was greatly benefited by her trip and traordinary.The Apply to B. G. Wright, Oxford, ; GalMStille,. Fla. ::;

lie. had a most delightful visit Racket Store clerks v re busy Fla. 12 llm daw 1Y:.' .
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OCAL0 HOUSE. TERRIBLE ACCIDENT: Death of Mrs Mary B. Maughs. Christmas Tree,. L !

The announcement of the death of Ocala lit exceedingly "Christmasy" aM-J mph

ABle Christmas :Dinner for Its Otis Lud.,.* bad one Leg Crushed Mrs. Mary B. Maugbs, which occurred this year along the line of Christmas

Guests and Free Lunch. ... otfr""M. $ trees. There have already been quitea
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y, aA the her Broken. at her home in this city at 11
.o. '" I',!> number of such occasions and there
Mr. J. F. Edwards, the proprietor lfr. !; ers, whose parents o'clock Christmas night, was received are still a few to take place today and Relieves Instantly or *7 R.dundtd.
of the above well known hotel-"the
a pride of Oeala" served to his reside Ins racy, happened to a sad with profound sorrow throughout the tomorrow. A great many private I MUSQUlarlfJumatism

accident at Dunnellon Thursday community.The families will have private Christmas I f JokW N11-
guests Friday & magnificent Christ. Sore Muscles Sore
afternoon. He is a fligonn on the deceased was born in Cincinnati trees.! will Sweat Out tie
mall dinner. I The only External Rtmeclr th
It consisted, of oysters, 'opossum, Homo&& branch of the A. C. L. Ohio, seventy five years ago and Ou Wednesday afternoon the kind Fever and Wmation.Sotd .

I end while was H resident of this city for many rtrarten school had a tree at the A$LOO lioct a. i i AaD good D"'uiata.
buckling pig, quail doves and many 1 1I railway, attempting to only!la i3c.,30G.
I years and endeared herself to a large cbuol house and
Wednesday |
evening
other choice dUhet. The lunch servO board his tr.in with a package in his
ed free circle of acquaintance : a t the home of Mr. and :Mrs.V.. H. FOR SALE BY ANTI.MONOP DRUGSTORE.
at the buffet itcl-ded
arras be failed;, to catch the hand railing -
She was a consistent member of Clark, Mrs. Clark and Mr?. W. W.. r
suckling pig salad salmon
oysters
and thrown under the wheels
ws the Episcopal: church and when t
i Clyatt entertained their Sabbath
pickles and sandwiches. The lI.enui. I
of the car and one leg was entirely I -
of younger was active in church "sofa school classes with a tree. Mr. Clark h
the hotel is the most elaborate and STRAUS
crushed and was amputated just She was the mother of Capt. G. T. acted as Santa Claus and distributed i
expec' ive ever gotten out. above the ancle and his other foot I
and Miss Jessie
Maughs I
M&ughs, presents to all. Afterwards gam.swt're t rf
Since his hotel
ownership of thin ,
was crushed. both prominent Oeala citizens. ROYAL RERVE:
:Mr. Edwards has spared no expensein played and all had a big time. 1
The young: man was brought to this Her remains will be laid to rest in The same night at the armory there f f _
keeping it to the highest
" standard. up very city on a special and is now in the Greenwood cemetery at nine oVlock was a Baptist church rally and Christmas I, '..-

hospital.The this morning. The services will be tree. I \
:; Ill instructions to his steward is Four Quarts
news of the accident caused conducted at the grave by the rectorof Last night the Methodist and (50 ,
not to consider "how cheap things; Delivered
profound sorrow throughout the city. Grace church Rev. Henry W. Christian Sabbath tchooU held their ,
can be bought but how to buy the ,
Little. The pall bearers will be Dr. cantatas and each had a tree well ,
best in the markeL" If good butter Approaching Marriage.
Dan Morgan Smith Messrs. L. R. loaded with good things for 1
can be bought for thirty cents a pound Aa approaching marriage of interest every
Cbazal, W. C. Jeffords, William M. member of the respective schools.
and better butter for forty cents, buy throughout the state will be that of RAU' Q
Porter, Frank Reagan and Frank The Christian entertainment took g
the best. Hiss! Eula May Bauknight, of Archer, S'i' i
x Harris. at the the Methodistat 'T'L'
place armory ana :
The Armours. have a standing and Mr. Joel Henry Tucker, jr., ..
the church. The of admission
order to send the beat cuts of their formerly nf Monticello but now cf In Memeriam. price .

finest meats to the.Ocala _House and I Live O.k. The wedding will occur Died, at c"laln the hospital, of a to the Cbrlstala entertainment "Ttje) Fir}" :, ,,

the test of everything else they ban in the Presbyterian church at Archeron snort but severe illness Newton Shaw, Walt one potato or apple, which were i &y ;rIi

: of and Mrs. J. B. Shaw of turned over to the King's Daughters
the evening of tue sixth of January son Mr. steaoss co

die.This is the rule that Mr. Edwards w Island Grove, in the ninth year of his for the poor.A. FULL QU0RTS* A A :
I StRAU g It 'lO.UU
established when he first purchased The maid-of-honor will be Miss age. Thus has grim death visited DELIVERED.
U. E. Church Conference.Tne .
this magnificent property and he has Leila Baukuight while the brides this little family. circle and suddenly
Central Florida Conferencenow
not varied from it a hair's breadth maids will be Miss Ida Chamblin, of snatched from the midst of that happy
in session i in this city, on Friday,
summer or winter, dull timed or Archer, Miss Lucile Colclough an Miss group a most promising bud of early
passed a resolution that this conference bottle of
flush times. Jessie Bodiford of Gainesville Miss youth. While in the bloom of health Every gauine
shall hereafter be known us the
He has in his service the finest Carrie Bailey, of Monticello Mis and childhood, he has been suddenly ,
Cbriftmas Conference" in honor of
chefs, stewards cooks and bakers that Deubam, of Savannah and Miss_ Bes! called home. He possessed meek and .
x the First Methodist! conference, held
can be procured and the house has a ate Porter, of Jacksonville. Little lovely qualities of disposition, which PabtBlue :
in Baltimore, Md., on Christmas
reputation for excellence unsurpassedeven Miss Lillian Powell, of Archer will made him much beloved by all who
day, 1760. The morning was occupied
by the elegant hotels up and act as flower girl. The attendants of knew him. From early infancy he
with an exposition (,u the birthof
down the east coa 1t. the groom-to-be will be John D. possessed those qualities which so attache
Christ!! by Bishop Handy and a
:Mr. Gto. B. McGuire, who baa Baileyof Atlanta Ua., as best man; J every one to him; but this deer Ribbon
sermou by Rev. S. H. Savage. The
had large experience in New York, IebSfI!. John D. Pasco of Savannah:) little boy has gone to that celestial
conference, after healing Hev.Savage,
Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta and Ga., Henry F. Button, of Gainesville home above to live and reign forever.
determined by a vote to tend him to
Jacksonville! the steward this year Charles' W. Tucker, Gorge W. He was a consistent member of the

and his instructions are to give to Thames J. D, Bird and J. Douglas Sabbath school, und was always iu hid Wilberforce education.Tlie University. to complete bears the trade-mak "Pabst Mil-

lit Ocala House dining room a reputation Shay lor, of Jacksonville. UU place; he was also a member of

.surpassed by none and to ---- the day school, and was beloved by characters' of the ministers waukee"] in a red :ircle. In the;"

Christmas frees. teacher aud extend prayed ands recess! was then taken "'-'
day'a dinner showed that Mr. McGuire pupils.Ve our -

ia a conuubieur iu his line. Christmas '11 .ruim? at hr home on heartfelt sympathy to his bereaved until Saturday morning. At the re- making of Pabst Ber

Lime street MP D. :E. Mclver ass Ming t of the conference on Saturday
gave std remember
Mr. E-i yards wants the Ocala ones, may they in this ,

Hun io make Ocala famous.A her Sunday school class aud the d. k dour of affliction, that "earth the following ministers, having The

children in her neighborhood A. has no sorrow that heaven cannot I l been recommended by the eH'fcil barleyis: right

Christmas Party. Christmas tree. The tree was a heal "-S. 8. Teacher in Gainesville com linnets, were called before the The
S hops cje right
hristmes evening Mrs. D. E. Me. I beautiful holly tilled with berries and !5ua.I tbb,'p, and were by him received

It er was a hostess of a very enjoyablelift was elaborately decorated with popcorn into full connection. They will be The water
I "Have by some surgeon Shylock right
)', which was given for her brother strings, candles and other urns th3 charge to SLOP his wounds lest he ordained today in )It. Zion A. M. E.

Mr. Gale Mclnitpb, of Baltimore,, menu and there were presents for all. do bleed to death." People can bleed church by Bishop Handy. The plant is rightThat's

t4 ': A and Mt&srs.: McLaughlin and Murphy The children spent a very happy Ito death. The los! of Wood weakens I The bishop gave them some very

,of irfieid. morning there. the body. It must follow that gainof excellent advice and told them how why
blood gives the body strength -
The house looked very pretty will Dr. and Mrs, \V. C. Lindsay!: al.ao to deport themselves as ministers of :
The strengthening effect of Dr.
": its Christum decorations and in contract treated the children of their neighborhood Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery! i is the Gospel of Christ, and above all qR. .

to the bad weather outside to Christmas tree Friday in large partdue to its action on the things to fret a good example for theirflocks
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everything. within was bright and morning. Mrs. Harry Lapham supplied blood-making glands and the increased to follow. They are to stand in 0-, I Il

cheerful. There were twenty fou the music for the occasion, a supply of pure rich blood it the front of their people and at all l fJl f-
produces. It is only when the blood
guestepresentand progressive flinch number of hymns were sung and impoverished and impure that disease times be leaders worthy to be followed. a. eer

was played, Miss Mattie Williamsand prayer was offered, after which the finds a soil in which to root. .

Dr. W. H. Powers being successful gifts were dh.tributedbj. Dr. W. C. The "Discovery" purifies the blood The conference then went into an H I Itt

in w iuniDg the prizes. The boobyfell Lindsay. and makes it antagonistic to disease executive session which lasted until

to the lot of -Mr. McLaughlin.After Christmas: morning for the pleasureof When the body is emaciated, the nearly three o'clock when a recess : ( '
lungs are weak, and there is an obstinate :
the games refreshments were the children at the Montezumahotel was taken. The election of delegates i111 .
lingering cough ."Golden r pcjt '
served in th* dining room, which was there was a Christmas tree in Medical Discovery" puts the body ona to the general conference of the !

decorated in red and green. the lobby of the hotel. Mr. J. J,, fighting footing against!; dhease, and church which was expected to have '

Mrs. Mclver'a party was a very Williams acted as Santa Claus andmade so increases the vitality that disease come oft yesterday morning will no

pretty affair and was greatly enjoyed. all the children supremely is thrown off, and physical health come off until Monday morning.GUILTY /
perfectly and permanently restored.
happy by the distribution of pretty < i For Sae by
Presbyterian Entertainment at the It has cured thousands who were ,
gilts among them. and and who had
hopeless helpless;
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Armory.
4>" .': : Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Little had a tried all other means of cure without STRAUS
Q."rhe Presbyterian Sunday school $ & CO.
very fine tree at their home on Christmas avail. / ,
,; entertainment was held at the armory morning for the little ones i in Twenty-one one-cent stamps to OF GROSS NEGLIGENCE:_ ,

Saturday night at 7:80 o'clock. The cover expense of mailing only wile t "
their vicinity. Needless to th '
program was under the direction of say obtain a copy of Dr. Pierce's CommonSense DID NOT HEED VARNINCS ,J :
children had a big time and "old
Medical Adviser 1008 in -
,
MI'!. :McIver and was as follows: pages
Santa" treated them right. paper cover. Send thirty-one stamps, This Is the verdict that should U tea. McMillan

Doxology. if cloth binding is preferred. Address dered la 10 many cues cf death from kidnap Bros '.

Prayer. A Very Close Call. Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y, diseases. i. alight disorder irtdsk>

Song by the school. "I stuck to my emgine, althoughev ------- could have been easily cored,U neglected

Recitation, Bessie McKay. ry J oint achei.: and every nerve Marriage Announced. and terminates la Blight's DlseiM eBiabetea. r Southern C ,per Works

Reading, Louise Scott. was racked with pain," writes C. W. Mrs. Benjamin Pack Kelly: has in. .
Bellamy a locomotive fireman Most of these victims could lave IM.
of
pounced the approaching marriage o f
Song by the school. Burlington, Iowa. "I was weak and sired by taking TOLSY'I KIDSIT CCM, Manufacturers of Turpentine) Stills .

Recitation, Bettie Ray Mclver. pale, without any appetite and all her daughter, Miss Elizabeth Coppley u It positively will cur any cm of kid .

Song. run down. As I was about to give up, Kelley, to Mr.: Henry Daniel Rogers. Hey or bladder disease If takes la time, and General Metal Workers. : .

:, Recitation, Bon Todd. I got a bottle of Electric Bitters, and The marriage will take place at but It cannot make new kidneys for y oe.

Solo Mrs. Harry Lapham. after taking it I felt as well as I ever Martel on Wednesday, the thirtiethof 80 don't risk life and health by delay boat '

did in my life." Weak, sickly rundown December, nineteen hundred and take FOLET'S Knurst; Ccaa at once. Old Stills taken in exchange jor new ones. Patching ", 1

Reading, Lucile Lindsay. people always gain new lif, three. Diseased kidneys bjure all *f the w- through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or ; !

Song. strength and vigor: from their use. gins u they then fall to elimInate poiaoaj wire will receive prompt attention at either of the

Reading, Eugenia Fuller. Try them. Satisfaction ..guaranteeby d Mr. and Mrs. Rogers will be at from the blood which account for thi following works -

The entertainment was concluded Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and home after January !second Heyward many different symptoms of this die eau. .:.
j
jlydings &; Co. Price 50 cents. street S. FOLET'S Kmsir Coax makes the kid.neya .
m Bishopville, C.
with a Christmas tree
,
every FAYETTt SAVANNAH GA.
--t. mr iLr M right and the attendant ills quickly ILLE, N. C. ) "J :
ber of the Sunday school being sluta-," New Citizens For Oeala. disappear.
i Returns :
Thanks '
bly remembered.St. Mr. J. R. Freer and ML Rosa Watch your kidneys as you U JACKSONVILLE, FLA.; MOBIE, AA.. e. iI
may "
return thanks to the ladies of the I
Ridault were united iu marriage last drifting toward'i Bright's Disuse ; and, J
Petersburg, one of the most first Baptist church in this city for th remember, that the work of r
destructiongoes (
night at about 8:00 o'clock at the residence !
pleasant and ambitious towns on the Christmas box. It is highly apprecjat on constantly, and If yen have reasons -

gulf coast, wants to entertain the of Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Norton, rd and I am more than glad to be s< to believe your kidneys or bladder C. 1. GIRA C E.
69 Sweat street. The ceremony was are affected should .
next session of the State Teachers kindly remembered by them. you take Fom'aEIDXEY I
performed by Rev. R. A. Brown. The CuBa at once and remove all I Successor to Caitral Lumber Co. i
Association. The teachers will betaken M. L. HOLLY. possibility of fatal results. I
groom is a brother of Mrs. Morton Deal r In
care of in fine shape.If SETHOTm WEBB,of Molra,N.Y,writes) : and
and has been making his home in Rough Dressed Lumber Kiln Dried Floonng.Ceiliirand
Another Sale. "I had been troubled with my kldnejs

.an editor wants to'do right all he Waycross for the past year. The bride It was reported yesterday that Mr.Day for twenty-five years and Lad tried several Siding, Lathe, Shingles and Brick.

can do it to treat everybody fair, is from Jacksonville and has been physicians but received no relief until :Manufacturer of
the owner of the old Eichelber-
Turned Columns Door and
Ballusters Newels
I bought a bottle of FOLIT'S Casing] ,
never allow personal matter to creep visiting here for some time. Mr. and KIDITETCOBS. ,
ger property, had sold the same I to After using two bottles I Window Frames Mantels Church Seats Pulpits Scfclil 1
into the columns of his and Mrs. Freer will leave Saturday for was ,
paper Mr.T. C. Hall, who continues to show absolutely cured. I earnestly recommen4r"Ln' Desks and Seats Combined and Tables. I am constant
give the news incident and events Ocala,Fla., where they will reside. ,
"
KIDny
his faith in Ocala Ccu
by investing in
city receiving Lumber and can fill orders for any quantities a
impartially and without coloring. Waycross (Ga.) Herald, 21st.
and suburban property. Postoffice Drugstore. sizes. Mail orders attended to promptlyQ


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L'4 1 'THE OCALA BANNER. Y v.





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The paper "Of the People, for the People and by the People."



VOL. XXXVII NO 23= OOALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 1, 1 904 DOLLAR A YEAR

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It U1A ZUZ1BZT2 imiS. LMal Editor A. NEW YEAR'S GREETING.Tba The Bud .f ..rOf. Died 1 lo the 801ltll.I .

The meeting of the "Band of I I That was a particularly sad death Men Capable of Earning y F

HAPPEMIHGS ABOUT TOWN lawtpapar Cama last tMather Mercy" yesterday afternoon in the that occurred in the Marian County

: f.f. aa* the Sahaal Taaehar.tilenwood rooms of Miss Annie Sharped kinder Hospital this city yesterday morn N.

".-f Mr. J.K. Wilson li quite ill Hpringa, Colo., garten school, was one of the most ing at I 6 o'clock. $',000 to $3,000 a Year. }

I De-5. 2.5, 1903. plearanteventa that hu occurred in Lily,Persona, aged ten yean, was
Mr.J. P. .
l-i1 .. Moody U in the city. '
," t/9; To the Editor: ef the Ocala Banner: this city in some time. playing around her father' cane mill Traveling Salesman, Clerk, Merchant-No Matter What

p. :' :Mr. J. T. Lancaster ia In AUonU ont Enclosed find check fur II in pay Rev. Heury W. Little, president of near {Shady' a few miles south of Your Present Business!

a business deal. ment for the Banner for another year. the organization, withstanding Ocala, about three weeks ago and unfortunately -

'; f' Am glad you decided to keep the the fact that be is suffering from an got the tips of her fingers A complete reorganization of the producing department of the com "
Mr. John Fabyan, of Conant, leaf pany in this section affords a chance for a few good men. Eight vacancieson
attack of mashed in the mill. The accident \,
Banner waiving rather than to aspire grippe, was babbling over
visitor to Ocala today. the agency force in this rich territory remain open for men of character rand
; for the uncertain glory of public with wit and humor and kept his wfcs not considered serious bat even- ability. You can And out by writing whether it will be worth 5 oar ,;
,,'. while to make a changer No previous experience is A of
necessary course
. .{ Mr. H. U. Eagleton Is back from a office. He does most for kite country I miscellaneous audience in good glee tually blood poison set in and a few professional instruction given frae. .

.; -: business visit to Jacksonville.Geo. who doer it the best possible way that during the entire afternoon. He was days ago the little girl was. brought to

for which he Is fitted. What may be humurous and witty in the very excellent this city and placed in the hospital. THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK
C. Alford ,
a popular traveling
j., the,best place for a young man in the and impressive speech that he Lock-jaw developed and the little ..
man of Baltimore is in the
city. various labors of life might be, in delivered, in the introduction of sufferer died yesterday. Richard A. McCnrdy, President,
t .
_' :Mr. Henry Futch, of Gainesville, some cases,difficult determine; but others who delivered short addresses She was the daughter of Mr. and
Has Paid Policy-Holders Over 620 Million Dollars. "
1" :; spent a few days in Ocala this week to one in the prime of life, ".oln and even in reading the program and Mrs. J W. Persons, who have the .. .

his counseling with regard to the especially so in delivering the badges. heartfelt sympathy of this com-
i 1 1 The new Baptist church organ has number of ladies and George T. Dexter,
various happenings of the world baa Quite a gentlemen munity in their berea.etnent.

::1' arrived and ia being placed in posi given opinions and advice, that has as well as many children, Sup't of Domestic Agencies.
t1onf Paaumoala and La Grippe. 32 Nassau St., New York, 'N. Y.t1fttrttr"'r"r'trt1ttt'ttfttrttrttr"r"r"rtt't1t"r"'tt'ttrt.
i! proven uniformnly wise, for so long a were in attendance.
Coughs cared quickly by Foley's
f '. Mrs. Jno. B. Floyd and little daughter period, to l leave the field where each Besides the unique, felicitous and Honey and Tar. Refuse substitutes.A .

of Irvine, are in the city on a men are so greatly needed to enter well phrased speech of the president, ' r'trIE '

viatt.I another where he might find his In- the editors of the Star and the Ban. sermon in a nutshell contained

.. both made short talks and did in the following by a western moral
tended acts of right and justice frustrated ner -
t .. Up to a late hour last night Mr. -
,: J Charley Smith was resting easy and I at every turn, where glory is that they were there for the purposeof ist: Jails'\are built out of honest -r v ;

.f. doing nicely. uncertain and trouble sure, would not showing their sympathy in the men's earnings: courts are supportedfrom --P ---

>: ultimately be for his glory or happiness movement and tbat all of Ocala is peaceable men's property; penitentiaries -

.i. Mr. J. E. Evens, H j>romiutnt planter or his country's greatest good.It due Miss Tathuin a real debt of grail are built by the toil of virtue -- --

of Mississippi, is iu the city on a lit the action in the affairs of men tude for organizing this band here. ; crime never pays its own. way; IN A BOX y

pleasure trip. predicated upon the everyday happ8nln It was staled that there are 5,000 vice has no band to work and no bead -- --

f M. around them that determines of these bands now enrolled in the to calculate, its whole faculty is to -- ---
Messrs. S. H. Irvine and W. -

Rough of Jacksonville, spent yester the future of any section of country, United Hates alone and it is the corrupt and tojwaste, and goo men :-: If you want to write a nice letter you can do it if you have :-::

that makes it or breaks it; and the purpose of the originators to have foot the bills. : nice stationery. You're in a box: It you haven't the piper, ana e
:.: day in the city. .. !Z paper is in a nice box: if you buy it here. We have many styles. :Z2I :::
.'- ;. initiative of this section is largely them belt the entire globe. The purpose -
Give us an early primary, so that
"i.,-. Osco and Guy Zewadski gave a determined, not by the metropolitan of the organization ia to instil political wrangling can cease.! All, POSTOFFICE DRUG STORE. |
f "watch party" last night, which wait few politicians and some editors
paper, but by the local paper tbat into the minds of the children love except a
who are bleeding candidates, -
s : greatly enjoyed. circulates the homes of the peoplein for dumb animals and the text of the want to hear something else boides ---
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"1 remarks taken from politic*.-Gainesville tiiar. ::: -
: Ocala bids the old year Rood bye tbat immediate vicinity. That la president's was r

with regrets. Jt was. one of the best to say, peace plenty and prosperity, one of the oldest books extant, in I I And this wail before the campaignhas --- "SS

L years in her history. and the avoidance of factional which was found the statement that, opened! the state committee --- :-:: .

x _- fights, the promotion of brotherlylove 'A man is known by the treatment has not even met to call the primarynot --- -.5

J. Watkins, with the La Prelle the securing of business coopera he shows to his beasts." an appointment has yet been err-- --i

Shoe Co., of St. Louis, is a business tion, so conclusive to universal contentment The newspapers and literature sent made. We regret that the Star editor --P -r-
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visitor in Ocala today. satisfaction and progress, out by these bands not only Incul- is tired "so quick already. -

are largely brought about by the com cates a love for pets and animals of TJIIllHlllliilllllllillilliilHIIIJIiilliUllilliJllJllIllll j I ,. JIliillillliK' .
The King's Daughters held their .Jr. H. C. Price, of McIntosh, a
2 went and advice of the editor of the a!! kinds but also shows the horrorsof t
regular weekly meeting at the armory Yi..mt'd subscriber of this paper.. -- -- -

r' .t yesterday morning. .local paper. Of course his foresightmay war and the beauties of peace. baa just celebrated the fiftieth anniversary Mrs. Johanna, doderholm, ot F r I
Rowe's New Cafe
:, } not be ts good as others "hind. Mr. Bittinger was very enthusiastic of his advent into this gus Falls, Minn., fell and dislocated 4

i H Mrs. William Hocker entertainedlast sight;*' but it is enough if, on looking in bis remarks and stated tbat be
rn"uty. Of those who settled in that her shoulder. She had a surgeon get
> night! in honor of Miss Elizabeth back over years of such comment and bad heard Mr. Angel, editor of the
I ... < >on in the early 50's he ia the only it back in place as goon aa possible, Is the place to buy Fruits.Confectionery,Nuts,

:k F, Venable, of Jacksonville. counsel, one can pronounce a general "Dumb Anima: ." address an audience i' surviving. This paper sends him but it was quite sore and pained her Lunches,Hot Coffe,Soil Cold Drinks, Tobacco,
!' judgment of "well done." Man may ot 10,000 in Bo ten at the Cigars.Chickens Eggs and Produce; Oysters a
. :.f I'" hiss Hortense Stern, of !Savannah, t. 1'ilugs and hopes he will not only very much- Her son mentioned that specialty. We sell: them in any quantity desir:.
be the maker of his on destiny, but National Teachers Association, who
ae1tethem
have ta.todate cook and
Year be bad Chamberlain's Pain ed. We an up
Ga.,arrived in Ocala yesterday and is ""jjoy a prosperous New but seen .
, 1 ?i' } to his mother, school teacher and the said that notwithstsnding the influence Balm advertised for sprains and sore in any style.
', the guest of Mrs. J. Starr Sternberger. v ill live to see many more years. I
-.. -_ editors: of the papers be reads respectively that these bands of mercy and ness, and she asked him to buy her a
Stew 256 .
ff' r Mr. G. J. Ross, of Dunedin, one of in the various stages of his the literature emanating from them The many friends of G. H. Hausan, bottle of it, which he did. It quickly Fry 356

I engineer 1. E. & W.R.R., at present relieved her and enabled her to sleep,
i. our valued subscribers, raid us an life is to be attributed much that goes are exerting upon the youth of this Half Fry 200
r. living in Lima, 0., will be pleased to which she bad not done for several
1 appreciated call yesterday morning. to make the man of destiny. country, that the subject seems to By the Pint ZOo ...
-t!: know of his recovery from threatened days. The eon was so much pleased
..: ,of Your ideas are good ones, the pro- have been totally ignored by the kidney disease.' He writes: "I was with the relief it gave his mother By the Quart 35c
America
I
Benton
j Mr. Frank By Half Gallon 65c
motion of all agricultural interests, schools and colleges of our countryand cured by using Foley's Kidney Cure, I that he has since recommended it to
if Qa. who has been the guest of bis By the Gallon UOe
taking in stock breeding which includes efforts are being made to have whi.-h I recommend to all, especially many others. For sale by AntiMonopoly
1 ': brother, Mr. J. M. Benton in this city Drug Store. m
who
trainmen are usually similarly
,
:- ", poultry raising, by the introduction this subject taught the same as other I They mean three quarter oysters aad one
for several weeks, has returned home. similarly afflicted."
I _. of improved methods of forming studies. A caucus of democratic senators quarter broth. Country trade solicited Ladies
i "nd Cent Come and see os and be convinced.
.. Mr. Fredrick L. Stringer passed and improved varieties of farm Besides the addresses there were! a Colyer Staley is at home for the was held last week and a resolutionwas We guarantee you satisfaction in quantity
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. through Ocala Wednesday on his way produce, and such diversitic-itiou ot number of songs sung and lemonade, holidays. He now tills most accept- passed to make the action of the quality and price or your money refunded.
.t We eespectfiinySolicit a share of your patron
; to Brooksville from Lake City. Mr. crops as will make the farmer independent cake and other refreshments: were ably a responsible position with the caucus on all measuresbinding: on the age. Open_da and night till la o'clock and

Stringer is a popular young attorney even though he may meet served. S. A. L. at Ocala. He ia indeed a members. during the day Sundays. No. 102 North !tag
: Bolia street first door south of the John McCarthy
., and Is a member of the board of with failure in one; the introductionof The occasion was enjoyable in every most deserving young man of unquestioned For a bad taste in the mouth take aI I pldbr k store.Ocala.Fla.

trustees of the University of Florida. improved stock; the location of way. integrity and sobriety, few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach Gp

who conducts himself BO as to and Liver Tablets. Price 25 cents. S. E. ROWE
'J factories to furnish a horn market always Maijager.
Miss Elib'th Venable, of Jacksonville Stop It. Warranted to cure. For sale by AntiMonopoly -
r ., and last, but not least, cooperation to enjoy public confidence.-Dade City
arrived in the city Tuesdayand A neglected cough or cold may leadto Drug Store. m If Unwell tJ
the end that cheap transportationmay : serious bronchial or lung troubles.Don't Democrat. ,
., Is the guest of her cousins, Mr. when --- Hon. Robt. McNamee ia out in a J Try a 60e bottle of HERBiXEKtieethe
be senured, both for incomingand take chances Foley'sHoney
: I. a and Mrs. William Hockar. Her outgoing products: ; these are mat and Tar affords perfect secu- We criticise the Jews in the time of card announcing his candidacy for improvement speedily effected

sister, Misa Clara Venable will arrive rity from serious effects of a cold. Moses because they bowed down and congress. in your Appetite, Energy, Strength
ters in the on of which
promo your
Watch bow it
and Vigor. brightens
Fostoffice Drug Store. m worshipped before a golden calf. And
in few days. i Lettuce
a is Florida in
now leaving
fertile mind will find a large and the spirits, gives freedom frem Indigestion
yet we have people right here in
of consumption is which Dcll,. car load lots.Another and Debility! m
The prevention growing field in to operate, Will Mavo to
I anticise those deluded
Ocala who poor
entirely a question of commencing1the which in connection with of Lake
F.
and upon Mr. R. Rogers, City, big land deal baa been fOrmKlDmcupIhku
treatment in time. Noth ancient people who would today bow ;
Ii .proper the industries incident to timber and formerly state supervisor of convicts, .
i t. ing ia so adapted to ward off fatal down and worship a pig if it was made near Wauchula. KIdneys lad Bladder RftU!
and phosphate, must depend the future has been made manager of the Marion I
f lung troubles as Foley's Honey made of gold.
Tar. PoatofHce Drug Store. m prosperity Ocala and adjacent ter County Convict Farms, which are

. -if' ritory. located just east of Ocala. Mr. "The nicest and pleasantest medicine -I 1904 'I9O4HE
fir
Mrs. C. B. Buist, and children, who
I have used for indigestion and
shall watch with interest throughthe Rogers will assume charge of the
of Mrs. Buist's is Chamberlain'b Stomach :
have been tha guests constipation
columns of your paper, her pro. farms in a day or two and will move
sit parents Major and Mrs. L. T. Izlar for and Liver Tablets," says ,iMelardF.
direction. live.A .
iretlln that his family here to
N. Y.
Craig, of Middlegrove,
< r' the few months returned to their .
past WISH YOU ALL
Yours truly, "They work like a charm and do not
Blackville 8. C. Tuesday. Life at Stake.
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home "
f' GRANT CoWA gripe or have any unpleasant effect-
t MUa Eloyse Izlar accompanied them If you but knew the splendid' meritof I For sale by Anti-Mouopoly Drug
Open Air Consumptive Cure. and Tar would
Foley'e Honey you
home for a visit of several weeks. Store. m
For some time past Dr. E. Van never be without it. A dose or two
it baa been f 'but A PROSPEROUS NEW YEARAnd
F The peculiar cough which indicates Hood, of this city, has been puttinginto will prevent an attack of pneumoniaor Perhaps
It life. whether it has been or not nuf newspaper -
4 Ii T* croup ia usually well known to the practice the open air consumptive la grippe. may save your .
mothers of croupy children. No Poatofflce Drug Store. m has ever yet been printed that
eure and during all the bad .
time ah raid be lost in the treatmentof suits everybody, and what ia more
A Raw Year's Gift and Greatinf.
medi. weather that we have had for the past
It, and for this purpose no never will be printed. If a man We to to Make It Such
( cine has received more universal ap six: weeks,Rev.J. C. Porter and other The mail last night brought us the Propose Help ,
4 check wants paper run exactly: to suit him If Selling FURNITURE on Small Marginsof
sight
appreciated :
proval than Chamberlain's Cough patients of his, have been living intents following
Remedy. Do not waste valuable I open at the bottom for at least Bank of Prosperity. > ha ought to buy one and run it him. Profit Will Do It. Get Our Prices, for
with untried I January ist. 1904. J self. We'll Save You Dollars This Year.
time in experimenting: two feet, and have not only survivedbut I At sight pay to Frank E. Hams, editor of Certainly
remedies, no matter high highly they the Ocala Banner three hundred and sixty six Senator Bailey's speech in the senate -
be recommended, but give have thrived upon the treatment.We happy days. Value received in your friendship
may may
this medicine as directed, and all see now by recent dispatches and kindly remember your well wisher. against the adoption of the Cuban

symptoms of croup will quickly dia- that the Navy Department has adopt. To the National Bank of Fortune M. 2.ROII, State 50lf.of reciprocity' bill was listened to atten- '

appear. For sale by Auti-Monopoly ed this practice, and it is likely to be- Happiness. lively. He claimed the bill was a i Jt PITTfflftH 8 SON.

i Thug Store. m come general. usurpation of power that belonge to ,

What cures ought to prevent I FOLD' UONfX TAR the house, which alone had the pow- r -f

WUEYSHONET TAR diseases. Cores fe.t Pre5 PncumooU i er to initiate, such legislation.. OC LA., _- '. _"'. -. fLOI(. 1-
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mNZ BJLUIS- Editor.I SENATOR[ !I !fREPLIES( R[ [ TO ![ H [ of benefit from groceries the to any freight by the of

In
the disputed
V. Leaveasa er.
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that the consumer
to him being neces
When the :Mobile

. HI Favors Primaries Without Exception Has freight war ended.
I understand, the
/ Opponents if They Can Say as Much-A Calm

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the people of Flor
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",! i : Company was the
so far as to say
armed with rebates
"failure after

1\ r; i V to Jacksonville.name the "compa

} : IT Tysen had failed.
\ there were other

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.' print the state

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II : did not fail but

TIlE BAHNEI., BELIEVING was doing a satis-
MOTTO:
remains for Mr. '
J THOSE AT TilE TOP WELL ABLE TOT.JtE I there was failure t'

I CARR OF THEMSELVES, HAS houses of Jack-
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TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BABBI- he stands convicted

CADES WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE, citizens of Florida
MADE FOB statements, to
BE
AND ITS FIGHT WILL business men and
OF THOSK AT THBB3TTOM
BKTTKBMKNT
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to insult your intel-
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JANUARY 1 HII'''. breath and with ,
.l IIIt IIIta IIItf Grocers' As-
competing
let alone compete.
SENATOR TUUFEHRO'S: LETTER. Those houses

#- seventeen years ago
A, How, before

We print in today's paper a letter statements?
: go out of his way
from Senator Tallaferro in reply to that is

made against him by a decent regard
certain charges
as that in regard

those who oppose his return to the association to

United States senate.It .x:1 E

seems to us that the frank and F of which he

explicit manner in which he meets of years of the
of agreement
these charges clearly entitle him to a penalty, for the

fair and impartial hearing and bis and that no bank
city not a member

letter must appeal very strongly to the simply wish to
democratic voters of the state. ; ? ;cr into business as

masquerading as
A man should discharge his political them in his effort

duties as conscientiously as he .
he was not in
does his moral and religious obliga and, when he
as attention to that
tions and in exercising the right of

snflrage should weigh the evidence as business dilemma compacts, will he

in jury j trial.! does himself?
Ocala, Fla., Dec. U, 1303.: charge as to re-
We feel that; Senator Taliaferro is lion. JAA p. Taliaferro Washington D. C.: Nothing more.
Dear Sir-The unbroken custom of the Democratic :Most of them.
fairly entitled t? a re It'Cttc'n and in Florida party but
r has been to give its officials two terms if their the repetition
telieve that this wilt be the people' conduct in office has been at all creditable. in that dema
Without any attempt to flatter you, it ia but fair to say in which he was _
verdict it the polls. that your record has been exceptionally: good. During your straw, which was
term in office the Indian war claim has been collected; the no charge as to my
UU.-vm-d as a senator has fir surpassed soldiers of the Seminole Indian war of 1C6-57 and their as to the Aldrich '

the mobt sanguine expectation widows have been pensioned; the State has received larger the United States
appropriations for river and harbor improvements and for opposed that meas-
-V of his friends and no public servant the location and erection of public buildings than in any in the inter-
similar period. and your name appears on many of the most to the Interests
from this state bus accomplished important standing and special committees of the Senate :
which shows that your influence is felt and recognized in .
eo much in the same length of time that body.
under the influence
= Just wha' bis achievements have Notwithstanding these facts. you must be aware that to be polite and
certain charges have been made against you in the newspapers be answered. I am
been U modestly statedillin: the and on the stump by those who are opposing your company or indi
return to the Senate. To be specific it is charged: to do my part i*
letter that we today lay before our 1. That your election by corporate influence was so brazen of Florida, and the
readers. that the people were astounded; 0".n. recreant to my
:. That you are opposed to the primary system; ever been cast U 4
There in a virtue in running for effice. -. 3. That you denounced the Kansas City and Chicago platforms !: my party on every
; discredit has been ;
It things: out a ml n'iI noblest 4. That, by unmistakable implication, you were in favorof

We reminded rthis the Fowler asset currency bill and the Aldrich bill in the of Mr. Stockton.
parts. are by
interests of the
V: trusts
; .. was he in 1332? and
mdinz: Mr. -Brown's speech to the 5. That you went to Tallahassee during the list session fold? Some r
of the Legislature and opposed the passage of the antitrustbill a camp that has
Confederate veterans at 8u Angus- ; in more fights
6. That through your Influence rebates were obtained the Duval Coua-
tine. The following ia his perora- from the railroads for the C. B. Rogers Company; at the head of

tion : 7. That through these rebates competition was stifled and the fact that the y
that as a result wholesale house after wholesale house failed that his org nI-
And now, concluding, my comrades, in Jacksonville in an effort to compete with that company: returned to Duval
Jet me say to you In your journeying, 8. That you are under the influence of the Standard Oil disregard for Demo-
should you pass my way, rememberthat Company, .
I have written on the posts and 9. It is also charged that you have done nothing for or endeavoring to
a lintels of my doors these words: "To Florida and deserve no credit for the collection of the Indian but content to
"
evtryold Confederate veterau there war claim. an independent .
As your public duties require you to be in Washingtonand and. through
the
Is in still and'on the .
corn Egypt ,
hence cannot reply to these charges from the stump In
getting
a
threshold these glowing words: your constituents or at least a number of them thin! that I say "acdr
"C me in." you should reply to them in some public manner, and for a circular Issued
this purpose I tender you the use: of the columns of The State Republican
To republican nomination Ocala lUnner. Very truly FRANK HARRIS. : to support
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ar for president all that Hanna has
Washington. D. C., Dec. 16. 191)3- went to Tallahassee
got to do I, to ask for It. Mr. Frank Harris. Ocala. Fla.: to the sup
My Dear Sir-Yours of the lath instant tendering me the for reelection. In a
Unless it is going into the laundry columns of the Ocala Banner to reply to certain charges the race and Mr.
made by my opponents in the Senatorial campaign, which What does Mr
business the senate bad better go charges you enumerate, has been received and I take pleasure his circular Issued
in availing myself of your kind offer. I deprecate a con-
slow in Elder Smuot's domestic
washing test so full of misrepresentation as to make this reply seem was probable ta
linen.SNAKE. necessary. I began my campaign at Punta Gorda without third time, proposed
personal allusion to any candidate-indeed. I said I would assured me of his
not complain if others sought the office; that it was a high pledge and promise
CHARMINGIs and honorable one, worthy of the ambition of any man- at any time I re
and I shalhuse no personalities here only in so far as is give me the votes
not a popular occupation. Most necessary to acquaint you and. through you, the people of I thought that ,
women shrink from the sight of a snake Florida with all the facts.NOTHING his ambition and :; ,
and would faint at the touch of ones IN CHARGES. I could not

But .these same women run greater risks There is nothing in the charge, as I shall show. They permanent candi- 3
than the snake charmer. How many are simply old straw threshed over and over. They were repeated e
women allow dis- prior to my election in 1S99. and after a full and fair ;
ease to fasten on Investigation under the searchlight of public discussion and him to the United
them and slowly the press of Florida, were decided by a majority of a Legislature a familiar sound
to crush out their of good and upright and patriotic men to be wholly
strength. ..1I unfounded. I 'may call attention especially to the fact that been true*
all of the charges are covered up in the maze of the past: -
Womanly'dis- long before my election and that but one of them whichis
eases should never palpably unfounded relates to my record or the time of Clearing AF-ocla-
be allowed to.undermine my service in Congress.
.
r the NO CORPORATE INFLUENCE.I It ',_
health. Female .
take up the charges In the order ,named byou: :
rteaknessbearing- No. 1. Mr. Stockton says that my election by corporate ;
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down plains, in- Influence "was so brazen that the people were astounded. Stockton ever been _
fammation, ulceration This statement not only assails me, but a majority of the 4
backache, members of the Legislature of 1SW. and Is wholly without done nothIng since'
headache, nervousness foundation in fact The'people of Florida have not forgotten :?.
,-and other \ that all of the newspapers and the leading men of the State with the work t
womanly ailments familiar with what occurred commented upon the cleanness Congressmen Spark- 1
curable bye of that election and congratulated Florida upon the we can point with i1
medicine fact that there were no scandals at our capital such as hadbeEn ,) to what has ;,;
are
'V r V I' witnessed and deplored at capitals elsewhere. summarized here .
1..= promptly and permanently Is it not strange that ItIr.. Stockton really believes ,;
:r...; cured ;\ S what he says, he should have been among those who immediately ". .. .. ..$1.100.000 '-3\'
;, by the use of Dr. after the contest sought me, as he did to extend .. .. "' t3lll./'IOO :;
Pierce'sFavorite' congratuldtions'Ir. ? .: .. .. 5OO.OO! ?:-'
Prescription It I :\ Stockton was a member of the Duval County convention ., .. 100,000 .t;
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makes weak .I Which unanimously proposed my namefor the Senate, lr widows'

women strong and and. with characteristic disregard of Democratic law. hastened .. .. .. .. l00.ffJQ :.
sick women well. to Tallahassee and fought my election, and it will +.
not be forgotten that there were no railroad interests atTallahasst'e
felt M deem", it my duty to express my deep,heart fighting for me, but some of them were there for"owrv ./ ;_
gratitude to you for having been the mean and active for man,
my opponent
" under providence of restoring me to h..alth.- ; and the collection ;
,, '" rite )t m. Oscar Brown of Oxford, Granville THE PRIMARY SYSTEM.No. affairs ot State are
Co., N.C a For two years I suffered with I
female have t
weakness: headache, neuralgIA in various :. Mr. Stockton says that I have always bitterly the effect of
of the system and after u..ing four bottles part of denounced the primary system. There is no foundation in of all the people of
Pr. Pierce' Favorite Prescription three of his fact for this statement I was among those in the United '
Golden Medical' Discovery.' one vial of 'Fle es. States Senate who strenuously endeavored to bring to a vote Indian war claim'
ant Pellets also Lotion Tablets and one box: the resolution to amend the Constitution to provide for the ;
am Of''Antiseptic cured.' and beating Su-aositonc. *' I election of United' States Senators by direct vote of the the delegation ban-

., If you are led to the purchase of peopla-a step'far in advance of :Mr. Stockton. and. appropriations '
Favorite TIlE PARTY PLATFORMS. purely cler-
Prescription" because of it
Governor
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remarkable cures of other women,do no No. 3. He asserts that I denounced the Chicago and may deserve for
4 accept a substitute.: Kansas City platforms. BY ACT OF
The People's Common Sense iledical This statement is also wholly unfounded On the con- .
Adviser, a book containing 1008 pages,is trary. I have invariably stood fairly and squarely on Democratic in offering me the
given away. Send 21 one-cent platforms and without exception, have supported and for the nnavoida-

:. the expense of mailing only,for the stamp book voted Stockton for say the as nominees much?of Democratic conventions. Can Mr. the honor to be 101\

in paper covers, or 31 stamps for the yours ""
volume bound in cloth. Address Dr. TALIAFERRO.
R. S'. Pierce Buffalo X.
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VOL. JtXXVII, NO 2i: OCALA FLORIDA F'lDAY--J: \ 1. I'!1 04 DOLLAR YEAR J

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! : A LOVELY RECEPTION. JAILOR SMITH SHOT

i MUD WON'T OBLITERATE ITCOMMENCED
ii i BY DESPERATE NEGRO ;.

Mrs. Hiller and Miss Hiil.r at Horn r

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*l to Their Friends Tuesday. Bad Man With "Gun" Makes a Dash _,

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for [Liberty-Pesie ..aeaptued ,-
Decidedly one or the loveliest and

j moet complete receptions ever given Him-Lynching NarrowlyAverted.

[ in Ocala was the one at which Mrs. A1UrAuH \, _

i[ Edward Hiller and Miss Mona Hiller Wednesday afternoon Jailor Charles .,.

|I.. entertained Tuesday afternoon from f Smith arrested a negro man who

I three to six o'clock. The guests of passes under the name of Will Rob,.
p
! honor at this beautiful function were ( ApRFL A pox EVE ;;ice o inson, and who is wanted in Brevard

i f Mrs. I. 8. Hirsch, of Cumberland, county on several charges, one pf : a

' ,Maryland, Miss Hattie Rosenbaum, J M I DL\N T which is murder.

, of Pittsburg. P...., and Miss Madeline 1 r hh The authorities here were notified .. c ;

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probably at the
i.I Lang, of Portland, Oregon. ,. SEMINOLEWAR R BotrEDLLL1 .
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I Mrs. Hiller wore a very elegant Vg t3. s s'x postoffiee for a money order or regis -

violet mouselline dress elaborately tered letter, and the postmaster was ':'
..PEN l:
trimmed in brocaded lace, hand em- .. ..YJf.c', VT JJIN requested to 'phone the sheriff shoulda

.. man answering to that make
broidery and ehlff i
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.t charming in a gown of white silk :[ ,. r ff FREE TCKBT IN I,0 f l CAMPY ', the expected visitation. Yesterday

with a great deal of lace trimming. i a4JDELIy Y H1S FEi afternoon the man called for the registered .

r Mrs. Hirach looked extremely lovely letter and the postmaster Im- : 1
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: in a handsome gown of white crepe Air /

I r *t de chene and lace. Mia* Rosenbaum's Ais D Tp is acting deputy sheriff aa well, that
ANpIN
\i gown was also white crepe de chenetrimmed t s Es AT his man was there.

f with a good deal of wood Mr. Smith immediately responded :<

and arrested the man in the postoffice
, .- lace, and Miss Lang worn a wbite embroidered ,

the but did not take the precaution to
net gown. All three of A

visitors were greatly admired. VIE t 1 search him, and as he WAS being

1 Receiving with )lr.. and Miss ; I L) IW J taken to the jail and almost immediately ,
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following in front of the Boston Store
: Hiller and their guests were the -

I ladies: Mrs. Edward Holder, the negro suddenly pulled from its

hiding place a 38 calibre revolver "
white satin
black lace
t '. ,. who wore over ; .
' fired twice at the officer one ball
:Mote whose was "
t. Mrs. E. H. gown
striking him just above ha
right
de chene embroider
i : lavender crepe : -
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ed in purple pinsios.: Mrs. O. R. I 9 Tit.. cr ,
which position he fired three shots
at
Miller both
V.
, McKean and Mrs. C. rp
the fleeing negro who had started
. of whom were lovely in their wedding

and down Main street on a r.'". .
gowns, and Misses Mary
The streets were crowded and the .
* :Rebecca Anderson, who were attired ,

r in champagne colored voile with a 5 shooting created intense excitement _.

i and a number of persons, some on -
touch of pale blue and trimmed with

foot, some in vehicles tothers on .
champagne wood lace. ',
horse back, started in hot pursuit but -
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The entire house was gay and ,

ll. bright with its wealth of Christmas -- notwitbstaudieg which, the negro i
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was not overtaken until he had covered ;
I, decorations. On every side the eyes
a distance of several mika. Mr.
I of
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Carmichael was pursuing nUll in a
and which made this a.t- -
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k'. ** tractive borne still more attractive.In carriage and shot him with a gun, :.

but it be'mg loaded with bird shot,
Leoa Fishelat
t the music room Mr. 4
failed to bring him down. He was
i'- the piano and Mr. L. Goodsell on A Matchless Record Toliaferro to Re-Election II
-Serjator Fairly Entitled a eventually caught by :Night Policeman
beauti- ;
, \he violin, rendered the most .
Charles Weaver, who his
I was on
K music which added a great deal
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,, to the success of the reception. A Very Pleasant Affair. I Killed a DeerTo r Rogers>Kelly. r A Business Change. way home fro.n Authouy.
The negro wan hrought in to the
';'r Mrs. William\ Hocker !and Mrs. The dance at the armory the Editor ot the Ocala Banner. t tl11'S. Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock Mr. Marshall McDavid has purchased -
Wtdnt'so'' city and taken to the sheriff's office
1 Herbert Anderson entertained the day night was an elegant John t;: Smith, who lives near Hiss E'ihbetb' Coppley Kelly and Mr. the fruit and eonfectionary store
' where he was turned over to the au
,* visitors in the front ball. In the was, to use the phrase now in vogue, Gum Swamp, celebrated Christmas Henry Daniel Rogers were united in of D. Crutchfield on Magnolia street
thorities. A large number of people
; "western corner," which is composed enjoyed to the limit. eve by killing a riue deer. marriage at the home of the bride's just north of the Ocala Furniture
had in the meantime gathered in the
entirely of western souvenirs and I Those participating were1i. es While Mr. Smith was absent in sister, Mrs. D. A. Clark at Martel. company's establishment. Mr. Mc
; I house
court yard and advocated
, mementoes, Miss Hazel Hiller and Weathers, Pereda, Johnnie Liddon, Ocala Mrs. Smith took her horse and The ceremony was performed by Dr. David is a young man, born and reared
; lynching him, but the counsels of the
I ?' Miss Frances Anderson served punch Ford, Harris, Violet Harris, Palmer, gun and went turkey buutmg. Soon W. C. Liu-isay, of this city, and was! : in Ocala, and bears an excellent J'
' I cooler ones prevailed and after his ;
,3 and gave to each visitor a pretty Dozier, Mary Anderson, Madeline bhe was atttacted by some dog ruu- witnessed by a few fritud* of the : reputation for sobriety, honesty and wound were examined by physicians ,

1 -' little souvenir of the afternoon. Mrs. Lan, Piatt, Bailie Camp, Potter, niujj toward her. Very HOn a deer bride ud rorn. A weddiug breakfast uprightness! and toa bespeak for him
i'. he was carried to the jail where he
' F. L. Watson and Miss Sara Harris Elizabeth Venable and Condon and appeared in her path. Mrs. Smith was served, immediately after a: liberal share of the patronage, orcala'lI

1! invited the guests into the dining' Messrs. E.J. Crook, Emmett, ,Robinson promptly fired, killing the animal ou .Mr aud Mrs. Rogers came to Ocala citizens now awaits trial. .
Officer Smith'was; picked np by
! room. Arthur Clark, B.? E. Hiller, Hib- the spot. She managed to put him on and left over the A. C. L. railway for
i Mr. and Mrs. William Porter in friends and taken to Dr. Hood's office
I The table was typical of the Christ bert Weathers, J. H. Bell, 8. H. Taylor her hors and carried him home and Biohopvi'le, S. C. where they will are
tht city. They down to be where his wounds were carefully examined
came i
the predominant -
maa season, red being J. IL Mathews, W. D. Taylor, dressed him herself. re.ide'in future. .
with Mrs. Porter's grandmother Mrs. and he waa afterwards takento
< color.. A low mound of exquisite Zew&dski Robert Mathews, C. ALTO. ,
0oo ,
l" roes formed Capt. Lucas, of the Ocklawaha M'tugh's, whose death occurred his home,and his wounds dressed,
Beauty
t American L. Anderson, Howard Clark, Harvey Fire Wednesday.
: f"'. silver can- river line, is in hard luck. He had Christmas night. and it is not known whether the ball
; '. the centerpiece, and high Clark, G. H. Ford, O. B. Howse and An alarm of tire was turned in at
sink last glanced around or passed through the
i oue of bin steamers to year
;L. dlebra holding red tapers were group- Miller Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Wednesday
; Albert half one o'cjock
; past
We are indebted to the Ocala Pack.
il about the and on Christmas! day the new abdomen, and it is said that i cannot .
I ed about it. Scattered Woodrow and )[r. and Mrs. G. R. afternoon.The .
, for most
ing Company a appreciated
line burned justyet definitely stated now se
bon di.hes filled steamer. for hU was at
, T; table were silver bon | McKean, Mr. and Mrs. J. L.Emerson.Mr. fire was the barn in Mr. J. T. .
Christmas in the of
. t mints and : Boyd's ship yards at Palatka. It is present shape a rious the wounds are and the doctors }
; with white and green Leon Fishel played sixteen Lancaster's yard. The firemen soon fine ham. It is delicious
as fS
any are awaiting developments.
I supposed to have been the work of an
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dances. i extinguished very
j I: store bought ham we have ever
Finch and Mrs. J.K. : incendiary.Mr. Children Poisoned.
; L. A.
Mrs. done.WonJerful .
t' Boschee's German Syrup. i little damage was seeu.
table and poured --- --- :Many children are poisoned and
the .
sat at
: Austin -- -- Sandford Birdsey, of Monte
, which with We cannot understand why anv Nerve. Miss Leta Camp gave a very happy made nervous and weak, if not killed(
: the cotlee and chocolate, with a cold or throat GIi., Christmas morningin
suffering ztuus spent
mothers them
person
; I children's party Tuesday night at the outright, by giving
? delicious nut cream and cake was trouble will neglect to pur- Is displayed by man y a man en- .
> and lung / He left on the afternoon cough: syrups containing opiates. Fo.ley's

i f. passed by Miss Esther Weathers, Mh chase a bottle of German Syrup, sold :, during pain of accidental Cut, I train for Clearwater to spend a short home of her parents, Col. and Mrs.W. Honey and Tar is a safe aad certain M
world Wounds Bruises Burns, Scalds, Sore) N. Camp. About ten boys and ,irls
Ford and In all civilized parts of the ( for and |
lt Harris Miss Emily remedy coughs croup |
Violet )Ir.
: while with his parents-in-law,
Joints. But there's
I Feet Stiff no
& without a single case of failure. or were present and all bad a big time. lung trouble and is the only prom!
.
,f:' Miss Georgia Smith. thousands of consumptivesright I need for it, Bucklen's Arnica Salve and Mrs. R. A. Green.
There are nentcough medicine that contains no
i I i' There were nearly a hundred andY here in Ocala that give Bosehee's will kill the pain and cure the trouble. Miss Irances Anderson, Miss Hazel opiates or other poisons.

1, fifty callers during the afternoon and German Syrup the sole credit of their It's the heal salve on earth for Piles, Rev J. A. Hendry, who was the Hiller and her guest, Miss Madeline

brilliant and alive today. Ask the AntiMonopoly too. _5c at Anti-Monopoly Drug Methodist pastor here last year and The charter for the Abe Brown &
a being
very
was
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| reception
: the Lang, came up from Dannellon Mon
Drug Store. Price 25 and Store and Tydings & Co. m who has been appointed agent for the Brother's new wholesale grocery
delightful aflalr. day morning, where they spent Sat.
75 cents. 2 I I at Sutherland establishment the houses cf
Conference
assisted at the ref College ware
who is visit-
'. Theladieawho Miss Gertrude Peyser, urday and Sunday with Mrs. Edward
will make his home in Ocala. He is which will be established at Ocala
f, ception, and quite a number of other Baptist Witness Sold. ring at Columbus, Ga., is being complimented Holder.In .
the district in and Silver Spiings and line 01 boats
for the evening occupying parsonage a
f fi, friends were invited The Florida Baptist Witness has with a number of parties renewing net subscription to the
I the first ward. put on between Silver Spring and
>t been sold to Rev. W. L. Mahon, of and she! will extend her visit until Ocala Banner Mrs. }(. T. Wills of
y also.The I I Palatkj has been Work for
granted.
furniture
the
rugs were taken up, Arcadia, who is now in the city. The the middle of January. At the Miss Effie Sims, of Valdosta, Ga., Taladega, Ala., says: "I cannot'get "
the launching of this will
and most delightfult annual fair held in that several |I enterprise
removed a sale was made on account of the continual city who spent several weeks here last along without it." It ia an old, old
II II begin at once. It will mean much -
the music I
evening. was spent dancing, ill health of Rev. J. C. Porter. weeks ago Miss Peyser was noted the I winter with Mrs. H. T. Sistrunk, Is story, but is one that grates pleasantly
for this county an especially Ocala.
Fishel and I I
:?:; being furnished by Mr. The paper will continue to be issued most popular young lady there and I I visiting her sister, Mrs. J. B. Staten. on our ear.
Mr. John D. Buckalew of James
v Mr. Goodsell. from this city. was awarded a very handsome card She will be here for the winter. ,

! The evening party was in every way case and pocket book. I Mrs. D. W. McLaury, of Cornell, burg, New Jersey, has arived in O-,..'.* '

f the afternoon audit Domestic Troubles. Miss Elizabeth Venable, of Jack has returned from St. Petersburg, for the winter. )lr. Buckalew *
y a* delightful as Col. Be tty, of Bartow, one of,the
midnight before the guests It is exceptional to find a family sonville, and her sister, Miss Clara where she spent Christmas with her spent his winters in Ocala for m'' j
nearly
" was I where there are no domestic ruptures most prominent phosphate operatorsin Venable, of Litcbfield, Cenn., will parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kinne, who are years and his friends are always,* ;
'
- J departed. 0 I occasionally, but these can be lessened the state, was shot from ambush spend the coming week in Ocala the there for the winter. lighted to welcome him.

r' and by having Dr. King's New Life Pills Thursday morning by a man. v
? of high school boys negro guests of Mrs. William Hocker.
A crowd j t
Clifford Landers came to Oda
trouble save by
Much they "
'' Springs. around. He was not seriously injured but Mrs. Hou Robert F. Rogers, of Lake
girls spent Tuesday at Silver their great work in Stomach and Tuesday to see his brother, Otis; T TO
who in the with We are under obligations to the City, who for several has been
Mw. S. E. Beatty, was buggy years last tift
: '. They were chaperoned by Liver troubles. They not only relieve was so badly injured weeK.

, J i,. Waterman and spent the day most you, but cure. 25c at AntiMonopoly him, was shot about the face and W.Chambers :hoe Co., for a very state supervisor of convicts, was a are glad to learn that Otis is getH %

. Drug Store and Tydings & Co. m breast and U probably fatally hurt. f] .4 ndrioma 1904 calendar. minent visitor to Ocala Tuesday along nicely. -
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: NEWS FROM. BELLEVIEW. MANTEL NEWS. MOSS BLUFF ITEMS. .111.............................................1NN
All Stuffed Up
i THE MAKING OF A BANK. |2 j
That's the condition of many sufferers Christmas day :was celebrated with Christmas has past, with no casual- Christmas has command. gone and
catarrh it the morning. 1
from especially
the usual amount noise, with family Hies, and good will and pleasant everybody through this section had i I
Great difficulty is experienced in clearing t Our bank did not leap full armed into the esteem -
parties and social calls and the greetings prevailed.Mr. a good.time. The Christmas tree at :i
the head and throat. of the public. It proved :Us right to live; it
No wonder catarrh causes headache warmth and sunshine made it an and Mrs: W. J. Seckinger entertained the school house on the 24th was :
service. It
justified popular support by rendering T
impairs the taste smell and hearing, almost ideal day. The Rev. Mr. Jones their bright children with a largely attended. The .tree was a
that these
i is the fixed determination of its founders 1
pollutes the breath, deranges the stomach preached a Christmas sermon in the home Christmas tree Christmas beautiful holly with more than five :
and affects the appetite.To t conditions will continue.
cure catarrh, treatment must be Methodist church in the morning. morning. A few neighbors were in hundred presents for young and old. MUNROE & CHAMBLISS. Bankers :
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constitutional-alterative and tonic. The Christmas tree and the cantata vited.: The parlor was nicely deti.r+ The following was the program: : 1
I .I was afflicted with catarrh. I took OCALA FLA. 1
"The Crowning of Christmas" ted and the abounded Song, "There is Sunshine in My .
medicines of different kinds giving each was tree witn "
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a Mr trial; but gradually grew; worse until ...............................
I could hardly bear taste or umell. I then given in the elaborately decorated large number of such present .* Soul." Address of welcome, by Roy

concluded to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. and town hall Thursday evening and of fascinates children, interspersed with Hightower; recitation, "If I were a
after taking five bottles I was cured and -
bare not bad any return of the disease course called out every one for miles burning wax tapers, which was beautiful Boy," by Louis Morrison, Irl Lewis
lince." ECGEKE: FOBBKS, Lebanon Kan.
Hood's Sarsaparilla around, and many little hearts were and inspired the little ones with and Dan Fort; recitation, "Merry David S. WoodrowPHOSPHATE

'- r made happy by Banta Cia as. anxious expectancy. The presents Christmas," by Tommie Parker Lena
Cures catarrh-it soothes and strengthens
Mr. and Mrs. French and and Peunie Fort recitation "A Little
delivered
the mucous membrane and builds daughter, were and a halo of happiness ; LANDS.If

op the whole system.ADDITIONAL. .. Miss Marion, of Bridgeport, Conn., prevailed. Impressions were Boy'a Trouble," by Henry Morrison; .

-- accompanied by Mrs. French's brother made that time will not efface. If recitation, "Too Much Christmas,"

LOCAL. Mr. Amzie Barcum, of Danbury, parents generally would provide more by Louis Morrison; recitation, "Grin

Conn., arrived last week at their home attractions for their children, and Bear It," by Sallie Fort; recitation you hare any phosphate lands you wish to sell or

Miss Annie Mae Standley has gone winter home on Front street. the tender relations of home life "When Mamma Was a Girl" lease on royalty communicate with him.

: to Valdosta, On., to spend several Mr. M. L. Smith, a former resident would bind families more closely together by Addle .Morrison; recitation, "Rockof
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weeks with her friend, Mian Mable here but now of Valdosta, Ga., is thereby causing happiness to Ages," by Willie McKinney; bong,

yarn.i visiting In town. he sougBt within the home circle by three hula girls; recitation,
i Office next to Dr. Smith. Poitoffice Block. Ocala.Fla. ..i0
Mr D. A. Tremere, of Belle view, a Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cogswell, of instead of questionable places of re "Picolla," by Sallie Morrison; recitation

i member of the Belleview Trading Danbury, Conn., arrived last week IOrt.The ; "Christmas Bell," by Dora and

j Company, was a visitor here Wed- for the season. rartel Christmas tree was a Beadle McKinney recitation, "A ;-;"

nesday. Mn. Chas Tremere and two chil- success in all of its features. The Secret" by Tommie Parker; recitation ,as2.0d j
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EDWARDS'BIG
dren returned Sunday to their homein rain kept some away, but the chapp-1 "Reason Why," by Pinnie Fort; J. F. .
Jesse of Tallahassee
Mr. Butingaly, I
Jacksonville after a two week's : was comfortably filled with home song, by \\HUe and Tommie Parker; WHISKEY HOUSEJ1
formerly a resident in this city, was
visit with Mr. Tremere.A folks and visitors from Ocala and recitation, by Arthur McKinney; ,
shaking Lands with friends here yes !
I few of the young people gave a other points.! The program under recitation, by Dora McKinney; recitation Gainesville and Ocala. Fla.

terday. I,I dance on the eighteenth in the hall the skillful management of Mills by Roy Hightower; recitation, I i o 4I
Mr. Jules Krauskofl, of Savannah, 00O : '==
at the corner of Carp avenue and Lillian Farris, was impressively and by Gallic MorrUou II.ndIamle Fort; !I I 0
a partner with Mr. James Daly in fall I '"
Front street. It was greatly enjoyedby entertainly executed without a hitch. recitation, by Willie Parker and -O !. __ I I --
visitor here I
vegetable planting, was a
yesterday.Mr. those attending.Miss The beautiful presents were then distributed Duels Fort; recitation, "Valedictory," .. I I!. .,....s.._.. "

Sara Boaworth, after several and all present had a good by Pennie Fort. The children all 3 = ]
I. 5 C2.Sf.
W. T. Gary returned yesterdayfrom month's visit to her old home in New time. The decorations were faultier, kuew their parts and spoke well and :; ': i 0 W0 =

Lake City, where be attendedthe York state returned last Tuesday and and all left feeling more closely great credit in due to their teacher, 2oS2 .! t =-

opening seasioa of the state teach is again at Mrs. Mrlndoe's. united in the tender ties of socia'llife. Miss America Pillans.: She also as) I 0

ers' convention. Mrs. True Whittier and baby, of R. W. Long and family each re. worked untiringly for the Christmastree. ISS 0 "0-9 S.2Lft

St. Petersburg, arrived Monday for a reived valuable presents from loved She will long be rememberedby M::. .to. .
0.
;Master Henry Marsh, who baa been I
visit with Mrs. J. J. NeUon. ogee of Ocala, Jacksonville and the children here. _e!! I !IS'
very 111 for the p9st two weeks, U !
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Gale aud children Quincy, which" was greatly apprecia Rev. E. D. Luter preached his fare- !
greatly improved and will be all ciO '
of Ocala, spent Christmas with well sermon Sunday in the Congregational I w
g- right in a day or two. ted.Mr FAMOUS AXHECSEB a BUMCI1 1
Mrs. Gale's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. and Mrs. Howell, of York, cb urch. J -I 1 '

Mr. A. D. Williamson traveling C. Ridge. gav a reception to the young pope! Mr. and Mrs Robert Tucker, of FINE WINE3 WHISKIESnd BRANDIES.

freight agent of the S. A. L. railway, MrT.C. Hall, of Ocala, waa i in Christmas night, and all had/ a good Cacoa, have been visiting rd"tivethere. My My I2oo 1.so Rye" or Bourboo' at.-._ -_. ... --J1.73My 2.00.|' MV too 4ooGiu North at-CaroliDa..., 'Corn,"at .. If::-

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town 2.s6, My 1.50" M't'DDew'r'
i Saturday.Mr. time. My jo :: t- t.oe'
returne to Ocala today after a short k.w '.,AO :: __...... rooiMv I too '. .. .. u-a :: .__
trip u. Xiuih Florida. Fred D. Waite, one of Belle- The two year old daughter of Mr. Mrs. Willie Long, of Wyona, is My- '.*o Gin it ---- -- ..... 1.75'j Mr 4.00- ., .. ., .. .. *-. -loo
tlj .-- .-----.- aw'WT 4 po New England Yom *t........_ t.De
view's early settlers, and one whose and Mrs. James Hbadark i have been visiting her father, P. T. Griggs.J. The Jug and( keg Trade Made a Special
Feature .
Rev. L. W. Moore, the Methodist
departure was universally regretted indisposed, but not supposed 10 be T. Lewis has had the misfortune In sending yourordeii always send enough to cover the cost ol jug*. IUlf-raUoa Jags. I
min tier, Will his family arrived yes -.galloning.1 1e2-gallon: jug 25e;3-iallonJur.3Sc; kegsS1.
when he left to lose his big black horse
to take of who died .3
,
charge the seriously effected, died suddenly I eU more whiskey and better whisker than any house in Flirida.becalllf I rife rood'.
terday from Gainesville and are now with est goods and tall measure.atrialordcrwilt .
Mauatee Lemon Company's interests, Wednesday afternoon and WAS buried staggers. ceyou thafwc are the people." Term .h with the order.

At home in he parsonage.Mr is in town shaking baud with his old the following day in St. Johns ceme Mr. A. J. White is slowly improv YOU"1II"onitool"e J. F. EDWARDS. y

Will :.Vllnce, after a two week's friends. He came up from Manateeto tery. The bereaved have the sympathy I ing. -

look after the property he still of the community at Mr. W. E. Martin spent Christmas
visit to his mother in this city and large

bis sister :'Q Summer t'iJ, returned to owns here aud at Lake Weir. with hid daughter, Mrs. Sam ford, in

his home Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mitchell and Tampa.J. laP-
in Savannah yesterday. ;
baby returned from Oxford Monday GAIT ERYILLE. T. Lewis reports a good trade !

Miss Lucile Standley gave a most where they spent several days. during the holiday week. Ia a veritable dragon of ill-health It leaves in lu path
more physical
enjoyable party last night. A good Mr. and Mrs. Warren !Smith gave a Everybody is looking gay and feeling We wish the Banner and all its eiuepeculiar WHY Americana.wrecks than probably any oilier one dl*. i
Simply becxassnpoa the first
many of her young friends enjoyed pleasant dance at their home Monday II well since Christmas. And they force a happy and prosperous Sew Quinine of the malady,or that the deadly system mineral U usually calomel.scourged f'cation wltb

:Miss Standby's hospitality and all evening. all have cause to. The day was Year. BLUFF.For ti Don't Do It. If* Danferoua. It Uat at aQ ''
necessary el l1er. We
pOtiUTely II I
guarantee
had a big time. Dr. and Mis. Mixter are enjoying a beautiful. The first in five years that Sale. .

visit from the doctor's brother, Mr. it did nut rain all day. It rained Wind mill, 40 foot tower, 8 foot HERBINE

Miss Frances Anderson, who has J. M. Mixter.. JOSH. some in the afternoon but did not wheel. All steel and galvanized laruTnTcadnaxureraTcmaayfonm ideal me-.owoeaiY&he ef Tlrtn Bl**of rla aotniiw, h fa

been at home for the past two weeks, spoil the day. force pump 1,000 gallon cypress tank, carted all flyer kidney! sad"" oWdlr ibxiuck wTtcu traublaiL It

left Wednesday for Atlanta to resume CITRA NEWS MOTES. The entertainment and Christmastree 100 feet piping, SOo per bottle AU Drugalsts
etc.A. ; ;,"
her studies in the Washington Seminary at the Pine Level school house Y. STRCNK,
> Mr. and Mrs. Clark Griner arrived Spring Park, Fla. '
Christmas eve was a good one and a
Wednesday, and are at home to their
A very pretty and bappy children's large crowd was present and enjoyed Frost every night for about six ,
friends at they widence of A. J. .
party was the one at which Miss the evening immensely. The programwas weeks continuously and instead of i
Douglas on High street. :Mrs. Griner
Adele Bittniger entertained a large short but fine. It was as follows: making everybody well it has made Brick LOTT W.
was formerly IQS! Kate Lindaey, of JOHNSON 1
number of her little friends Wednes Song, by school; Christmas acrostic, nearly everybody sick. We don't {
Steubenville: Ohio. Mr. Griner is I Lime
day night from seven to ten o'clock'Fatal from I by nine children; Christmas song, by need a frost in Florida. ------- -Dealer iaPROPRIETOR-- ,
Hairisonburg Va. Both are

kidney and bladder troublescan well known, and have many friends Bbbie Stokes; recitation, by Inez Mr. J. C. Williams, manager of the Hair
Ross; recitation, by Henry Jordan; HEW( AND SECOND'[C HAND MiCHIHRY.[
always be prevented by the use Electric Light plant, is back from CementLaths
here.Mr. recitation, by Dora Morrison recitation ,
of ; I
. Foley's Kidney Cure. Postoffice and Mrs. L. S. Brooks, of May- Auburn, Alabama, where he IpentChri.3tm OF
lore. by Cecil Stokes
Drug m ; recitation, by
nard, Mass., regular winter residents with friends and relativesMr.
Ethel Turner; song, by school; reci- THE LAKE CITY MACHINE SHOPS.
I 1t
Mrs. I. C. Groves happened to a are at the Mansion.Dr. And
tation, by Abner Br&ll8j recitation J. Starr Sternberger has moved
; by
painful accident a day or two ago. Carswell is home again from an Locomotives For Sale and Lease.
i Mable Turner; recitation, by lulee his office into the one formerly used Shingles.
while out automobiling. In IOmei extended visit to Georgia. Second Hand Rail Bought and Sold.
Stokes; recitation, by Roy Ross; by Mr. Frank Ditto between Dr.Andtrson's .
way she ran her machine into a Captain Carter, a conductor on the One 72x16 ft hisrh prepare return tubular boiler, woe
dialogue; recitation by Mary Morri- and the iSurprue Store.Air. 2-5 horse
ditch and was thrown from it, Atlantic Coast Line, is now on the power Economic boiler, on" 100 horse power
son; recitation, by eight little chil Ball Automatic engine, one 10x i4 Tolbert engine, one
E t: spraining her ankle pretty severely. main line, and A. L. La Rue takes his dren. J. W. Crosby returned yesterday Office and Shops 14x16 New York Safety engine, one 12x16 Erie City

place on the Citra train. from a visit to Jacksonville.Mr. near engine, one 6x24 Frank Planer, one 30 ton Baldwin locomotive
b Mr. C. H. Herndon, brotber-in-law A visit from Santa Claus. S. A. L. Freight and a lot of other boilers and engines and
Allison
and Miss Mary Wartuian other machinery on hand.
Night Policeman A. H. Erigance Miss McCreery, the teacher, certainly Max JTewbtrger, of Savannah,
are home from college spending the Depot. LAKE CITY, FLOIUD.i
who was here on a visit about two chose the presents for the is in the city.

weeks ago from Kentuchy has returned holidays. scholars "'i ely, each one receiving ....
Stewart Harris, from Asheville
t t and will rtside.here. permanently. something which will cause them to
school, is enjoying a three weeks holi- -i =- yC7
E He is accompanied by his sister. day at home. long remember their teacher. JUST RECEIVED J JOUR

- There have been a number of comings .!
Ei The Ocala friends of Mrs. Benja Prof. Harrol and wife are spending and goings during the holidays

min F. Hampton, of Gainesville, their Fort White.vacation with his parents at but we can't mention them now for I 1 FALL STOCK. A large supply of Big Boston

formerly Miss Harriett Whiddon good reasons. :More next time. lettuce of the most reliable seed farmers in the United

this city, will be interested to learn I I The Misses Altman and Cheshire Happy New Year to all. Good-bye. States. Cabbage, Onions, Turnips, Cucumbers, Egg :o

Chat a little daughter baa recently i have gone home for the holidays. Plant, Beans, Celery, Beets and all kinds of Farm
UJJCLE JOE. and Garden Seeds and Fertilizers. 'i'
arrived to bItS her home. The Misses, Tracey, Oyer and Penny Be .1'}
: sure to see or write us before you buy Early
, Holland are at home during the your
a. I hoUI Pretty Wedding at Connor. Corn for spring.
Mrs. H. P. Robinson and children days. -
The home of Mr. and Irs. L. M. 1

and Miss Emily VauDeveuter departed Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Moore left Sat. GraLam was the scene of a very ,'-',

yesterday for Ocala, where they urday for Leesburg, where be is pretty wedding yesterday morning Q .The OoalaSeed.Store'\

"will visit relatives, )(r. and Mrs. Geo. stationed for next year. Rev. H. B. when their daughter. Miss Julia Porter -

K. Robinson, for a few days.-Gaines Frazee has been Gertrude
appointed to his Graham was married to ROLLS FROM Only the bes

1 Itvile Sun. charge. Mr. William Henry Carlton. The OUR OVEN material goes .

I 1f Rev. Henry \V. Little returned yesterday There was the usual Christmas tree blUe is an attaactive young woman only into the the oven and WESTERN MEATS
at the
Methodist church and has
afternoon from Orange Lake, Christmas many friends in this section, BEST BREADrolls

n whereon Tuesday night conducted night. who wish her every joy. The groom out. It is delightfully crisp and _

the Christmas Ed. L. Wartman presented his wife ia a prosperous young business man of wholesome. A few slices buttered Is a Fresh .
Fish
service at the Episco- and
f' <'>: with a span of handsome black horses Palatka, where they will make their meal in itself and almost as nutritiousas Oysters
: -f. .:i.1&l.; church in that place. Among for Christmas. home. meat.

I. other pleasant things at the service Orders for Bread, etc., can be more
; Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Graham and atisfactorily filled byBENUS'
1 ;: was a Christmas tree bountifully W.P.
rOlEYSnONEYADTAR Messrs. John and Albert Graham EDWARDS
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covered with good things. cough and hats lung of this city,.attended the wedding. BAKERY CITY MARKET Phone 121
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PROMINENT MEN ARE I WAR CLOUDS LOWER. I IMPRESS CEREMONY. 'I RAILROAD EMPLOYES J Jerry --Burnett, -,-iUG\ otiC5-....0.- -18. -, 1903.To --.. ,I


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'. Rev Francis Bourne Enthroned ai all to w1), )


: VICTIM FLAMES BUT MAY DISPERSE London.Archbishop Dec. 30.of-Westminster.The most Rr. FIGHT WjTH/ TRAMPS Merchant lie River Having bridge, Dunuebe bet MWtffl tnlLY. concern.:;l he oocbe pibr dali' t ;


Francis Bourne, Reman Catholic arcn- gerous conditiotFl, *" a wit

Club bishop of Westminster, was enthroned Battle Has Tailoring.Ocala coauty eomrnt88idld; hereas
House at Troy, N. Y. Is Status of Affairs Between Fiercely Fought r91 MIrioaand
in the new oatbdral ot Westminster Citrus counties hal 0tfILcted wits

iartiaily Destroyed. Russia and tcti&y with the impressive ceremony Occurred In Louisiana. Florida. the Converse Bride nCo ray ot

Japan. Chattanooga, Tenn. good
incidental to such occasions. The
A LIST OF THE CASUALTIES. ATTEMPT TO HOLD UP TRAIN. Finest Imported and and substantial brid..eet088 N\d
filled to its -
MORE HOPEFUL VIEW IS TAKEN: vest building was capacity Domestic Cloths. river in lieu of the afd ; by ecclesiastical and laymen members and whereas said Brit? ipiiflY
Although the Doomed Men Were Seen -- Catholic Gang ,of Tramps Attack Train and notified Co
has
of Roman church that
In Many Diplomatic Circles It Is Not the Cutting me there do\nlC
at Window So Dense Was Smoke the robes of the officiating clergy and Drive Crew Away-Proceeded to a SpecialtyFits all that is in their power to, ...e tno

Thought Far Eastern War Imminent Guaranteed. plans aud specifications appsved bY
the varied of the numerous re-
I garbs
and
Rapid Fire's Progrosa, Efforts Loot Cars, but Finally Were Repulsed the proper government otficiXa and
-Believed Russia Will Grant ttgious orders, forming a conspicuous
: at Rescue Unavailin and Put that they have reasons to belipte tbat
Flight. BRANCH'S
; to
with the brick walls and bare
contrast
Japan's Request.St. they will have said bridge completed-

'J.1 New Y., Dec. W.-Moes T. looking-. unfinished edifice. Chicago Dec. 31-A dispatch to the by January 1st, 1904 \

C'kJU6Il, Ue nestor! of the 1tEIU..aJ: Petersburg Dec. 31.-The foreign The ca'. edral of Westminster consecrated liter-Ocean for New Orleans: says: Genuine RattlesnakeWatermelon Thla is to notify all to whom it mi

count} bar, and the l lidt. aurvlTor or dispatches received Here yesterday today is the first Roman battle between concern, that said bridge first ahoy
be reflected in a fiercely fought mentioned is condemned
afternoon today ai being
toe class of 1S48 of rJaxUnooUi college may Catholic cathedral that has stood in Seed. ,
and following -
In more pessimistic editorials. railroad employes negroes, unsafe and dangerous and that tbecourt >
; Wiilwai Saw head of the law the metropolitan see of England droe
to hold freight commissioners aforesaid will
I an attempt up a v
leader
ttrm ot Shaw, Bailey and Murphy an4i34u&nhla The with Novoe Vremja begins iU 1 the reformation. The building was train on the Southern Pacific railroad Only Pure Strain in the United States not 10 responsible for any damages to

W. Kia&ey manager of OleHerW&rren : tegun only sight years ago, though it t*o of the trainmen have bean fatally Carefully selected. Kept pure 35 years .No person or property of any person or

company of Bon "There is no war today; tomorrow was projected by Cardinal Wiseman attackedby other vanety grown on plantation oi 1500 acres. persons who may use said bridge iaH
then be wcunded. The train wa Pure seed impossible where different varietiesare dilapidated and dangerous condi-
Ma&a., lost their live in a fire whica may war. (who died in 18&3), and was planned of tramps near Mor- grown. I
'fhe rather fatalistically 21- a gang negro tion. The Messrs Camp. of Dunnel-

partially des.troled doe Troy dub build- recta attention paper to the fact that war by his successor Cardinal Manning.The gas city, and captured after the crew i or.. I5c; a oz.,25: lb.400;H lb.65; lIb, $1.25; i lon, agreed to place a flat at said

lug at an early hour tc1&,. extreme: length a* the new bad been driven off. A body of rail 10 Iba,f Delivered. I bridge in case it became unsafe bte-

Although the doomed men were marked the opening of the 17th 18u cathedral outside U 360 feet; widen road employee gathered by the conductor Send for Seed AnnuaL -Manual on Melon fore the new bridge was completed.

MeA at !be window notWug could t be and l.th centuries. 156 feet; height of nave 117 feet and of train fire Culture.order" IDC. Remit by registered letter or H. W. LONG,
the freight opened money
I The Novoe Vremeya, nevertheless, Chair. Bd. Co Com. Marion Co. Fla,
c10ntt to save them deiutt the covers on acre of About 54.UOO square
to was the who weft looting
I fttlll professes; faith in a peaceful aattltment. upon negroes M. I. BRANCH Attest:-8. BISTBUXK,
; cm.6ko and to rbAd the progreai ot feet. the cars. After an exchange shots 11 21 Clerk.
Columbia
Co.
&he aiiea. Tie general view of the inner walls during which brakemen B. S. Cooperand Barzafit, GaJ
"We believe Japan will not place
Edward Carptmtler, of N.w York, it still one of bare rough brick. F. C. Watcher were shot, the
luesia In a position where to yield whole I NOTICE F OR PUBLICATION. NOTICE.An .
'flU takea IrtMfl an upper wiidow by The scheme is to cover the tramps were driven off.
1
would renunciationof
the firemea and removed to a ioaplUt.wnero appear to be a of the lower walls and the piers to the
later
Several of them
the defense of her vital InterestsIn were captured Department of the Intenor, Iand Office at
he 1* recovering from the erects height of about 40 feet with marble. and brought to Franklin. Gainesville. FIa. December u, 1903.IS Dominance Providing for Gate,

of emcke Inhaled. Ha was In the Far East. Russia does not All the upper part and the vaults and Guards or Other Device to be plan

: town prep&rinc tor Ma marriage with desire war; but nobody in Russia will domes will be decor& ed with mosaic CUT IN ORCHESTRA SEATS. 1 1\1OTIC. following named HEREBY settler GIVES has filed THAT notice THE of ed Adjacent to the Railroad Track*
frIendsto his Intention'to make Crossing: North Magnolia Rtre,
other
permit the Japanese or commutation proof in
., a young society woman fit the city. work illustrating the history of the support of his claim and that said proof will and to Prescribe Duties and Penalties -

Hid escape from death waa regarded execute a diplomatic dance uponRussia's church. Excitement Caused Among Broadway be Its,made, on before Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala in Relation Thereto.
In firm
peaceful disposition.:
u one of the remarkable features or Thf total 'subscription before the Theatrical
Managers. :
consciousness of her power, Rusiia JanuarlllOt.4.l o'. nit IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIl
the fire. laying of the foundation stone was Kew York. Dec. Orchestra seats nx: John M. Munroe of Heidtville. Fla. Hd. _l_) ot the City of Ocala:

All the person killed were occupying will await events j oI$230,000.. Since then there have previously costing $? will be reduced 31 669.: for seotion the south-west quarter of north-east Section I. It shall be the duty of the railroad
quarter 32 township li south range 18. company owning and using the tracks crossing
rooms on the upper floor of tae nero many large individual benefactions next Monday to $1.50 by the management eait.H North Magnolia street in the ctty of Ocala

club building] which ia four stories HOPEFUL VIEW TAKEN. and the total expenditure on the of the Manhattan theater. his continuous names the residence fallowing witnesses to prove Florida, within thirty days after the passage ot
upon and Cultivation his ordinance to erect, construct, equip and
I In hetght and it was this part the entire edifice up to the end of October The cut has caused much excitement of said land, viz; J. A. Manuel ot Dunnellon. maintain on each side of said tracks at the
Believed Russia Will Grant Japan' million dollars. FlaE.. M._Turner.. of Dunnellon Fla; S. M. said crossing above mentioned gates, guard
flame* attacked first. Situation. was over a among Broadway theatrical managers Jl/lDlack., or Dunnellon Fla.; D. S. Folks. f or other devices of a similar character that"11

The victims had retired about 10 Request-Eastern 1'111. cathedral starts clear of debt. who have clung tor several Dunnellon. Pta, protect and make the said crossing safe for the
: Berlin Dec. 31.-The foreign office u as W. G. ROBINSON Register. passage ot pedestrians and vehicles along the
o'clock and were sleeping soundly the years to the higher price for choice said st eet crossing the said railroad tracks.
continues to enquirers that
ensure HEIRESS DISAPPEARS. And.in the event ot failure of the said railroad
wmen the alarm wag glY n by the em.loyes. seats. Just what effect it will haveIs
the said
German government does not believewar NOTICE company using and owning tracks tiJ
problematical, but several confer- erect equip and maintain said guards gate
will issue from the Japanese-Rus Relieved Miss Rovelle, of Meridian, 1, or other device as provided herein,withiu the
An effort WM made at once to reacn ences have been held at which the situation time specified, and for each day thereafter toe
Is the
sian This also
controversy. IS '
Miss. Was Kidnaped. HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
i the but NOTICE agent sarvent or employe of said company
sleeping was thoroughly discussed.
apartmantfl. the prog. view of the press whether deriveu Meridian Miss. Dec. :l.-'fhe pellet as executors and executrix, using or having charge of said track shall be.
Teas of the fire had beeasora1 d tha.tt1e In announcing the cut, the proprietor respectively Ihe estate of John F. Dunn, deceased conviction thereof punished by a fine of
from official sources or a,:; Independent will onSatu2tiy upon
department and relatives have as yet five dollars *
help at hand could not make their or the Manhattan who is also at the not exceeding twenty or imprisonment '
opinion.It been unable to find any traces of Miss the :d day of Juyt A. D. ifoi, not exceeding thirty days.
to the floor. had of the Section It shall be the duty of the said railroad *
y way top independent syndicate, 1 apply to the county judge of Marion county, a.
doss not that Sir Frank:
appear 0the! Rovelle the young heiress to a to properly close open and care
Florida. at Ocala. Fla. for the of company
makIng -
The fire ia thought to have been says he is satisfied that the public, purpose devices in order
C. Lascelles. the British ambassadorhere fortune valued at six or eight mIllions. final settlement their accounts and for for the said gates. guards or
caused by a Kghted! cigarette being rich and. poor, believe $1.50 Is enou.glland final discharge. that the safety of the traveling public may be
as previously cabled said that and it is now the belief that the I H. C, DCNN. insured against accident in crossing said tracks 4'
thrown some combustible material that several other whomh mentioned herein and it is farther
. among managers at the point
is unless Russia W. A. HOCKER.
; war not unlikely young woman has been abducted: andis in of said railroad
ot the agent charge
the duty
The club house built has consulted are of the same Executors.
was ,
yields. being held against her will. ALICE E. LAW. tracks to see that said gates are not closed at
10 or 12 years ago at a coat of halt opinion, but have hesitated at taking l>35 Executrix. anytime except during the passage of any
The Japanese legation believes and( Miss Rovelle has been missing since
- train cars or engine. .and, .then for a period of
million dollars. The fire individual the
loss action
& by 1 despite great than live minutes awing ue passage
'" hopes Russia will grant Japan's Just last week, when she left the home of NOTICEOFMASTER'S not longer
will reach J& ..000.r. falling off in patronage during the SALE.VTOTICE of any train.car. or engine over the said track
requests. Baron von Oaten-Saeken, her aunt in West End presumably to except the regular passenger trains on tie '
, cough was 89 y the Russian ambassador has been accepting come to town to do someshopping. .1\ der and by virtue of a final decree of for- said be closed for a
which event gates may
- Mr. Shaw was nearly 70. Doth resided invitations In unusual numbers Her home is in Birmingham, but she closure entered on the lath day of October, A. period of not eiceedingien minutes at anyone
: American Economists' Association. : D. 1903. by the Hon. W. S. Bullock iudee ot
at the club at which Mr. Kinney time. Any watchman agent servant or em
was spending the winter with her the
appearing at breakfasts receptions circuit court for the fifth judicial circuit of of said railroad company having the saul
? "i and Mr. G&rpentier were guests. dinners and ball serene and con. aunt. Mrs. J. M. Huskey of this city. New Orleans Dec 31. The seoonddaY'1 Florida sitting in chancery for Marion fount?, ploye gates guards or other devices in charge who
> session of the American Econoists' in a certain cause then pending in said court violate this section of this ordinance shall
a The police report that while the tire ftdent, always taking it as an impossibility The conditions of the will by whlcnh wherein Hattie O.llen and Ceo K. Allen. her be shall punished upon conviction in the mayor

was at its worst & man was discover- association was held in Tulane husband. and Ella O. Browne. were complam- fine of not exceeding ten dollar, or
: that the situation in the Far r benefactress, aa aunt. )!Vs.| Minerva anu. and Marie Louise court by a ,
Coldbcck. Alfred C. :
in the di30
%. ei trying to set fire to the building at .. East is even grave. Others of the Benford, of Denver, Colo', left her university. President Seligman pre (Goldbeck, her husband. Adelaide V Morgan action imprisoned of the not ceurt.exceeding tea dayi .'
-
; tr tba corner of Broadway and Fifth av- diplomatic corps seem to be without an estate worth $3,000,000 are that sided. The proceedings opened with James Morgan W.deceased Morgan as were heirs defendants at law of,William the under.H. Approved November 5.M.J<)OJ.FISHEL Maor.

eaue, occupied as a newsstand. The news and express general ideas the she marry within a year after the the reading a paper by Professor signed special master in chancery will, on II M 5t

: -. nan escaped. It is not believed however only safe one being that "hostilities death of the aunt of her own tree will A. Fatter of Cornell University on Monday. brJlarul8l./9N.
the relations between rent and Interest between 11:00 a. m. and zoo p. m. offer and ex NOTICE
that the clubhouse tire vas ot are quite unlikely" and that eacn and choice. if she wants|1to, but if not. rose for sale and will then and there sell to the '-

inaendiary origin. is its the she is to marry a man selected) by the Professor Thomas N. Carver ot highest and best bidder for cash in hand. In
side testing adversary
to 1. front of the court house door in Ocala. Marion Notice Application for Tax teed Under Section
t- if Harvard university Professor John H.
breaking point.Everywhere deceased aunt and named the will. ; county Florida. all the right tItle. interest and a,of Chapter 4888 Laws o(Florida.
: COPS CLOSE POLICY SHOPS. Itose considerations have led the relatives Hollander of Johns Hopkins and C. estate of the said defendants. May Louise Cold-
there is anility for authoritative beck and Alfred C. Goldbeck. her husband, \TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT FRET I"
news that shall bring the of the young woman to fear W. McFarlane participated In the disciwsion Adelaide V. Morgan and James W. Morgan u il Webber purchaser of Tax Certifies No.

: Detective; and Lookouta Run Close that she has been kidnaped and for of Professor Fetter's subject heirs at law of Wtn. H. Morgan, deceased of 741 dated the 3rd day of April A. D. 1891.
period of suspense to aa end. : in and to the following described lands. situate. has filed said certificate in my otfice and baa 4
: Races; In Savannah. The mobilization of the Japanese that reason her disappearance was resorted lyine and being in the said county and state nude application for tax deed to issue ia accordance -

j Savannah, Ga., Dec. 31.-iRalds wen the They Farmer Charged With Murder. to-wit: with law. Said certificate embraces
navy Is at least partaJly attributable. at once to police. Commencing at a point 6.39 chains east of the the following described prooerty situated is
made by the police upon four of the have been unable to locate her and Marshalltown Iowa Dec. 31-Grant southwest corner of the northwest quarter of Marion county. Flonda. to-wit:
according to a Vladivostok dtepatcn the southwest quarter of section township South half of northeast quarter of southwest I
in Savannah. 15.
policy lottery joints have clew to the time of her well known farmer of West
Drury a :
;. to the Cologne Gazette to open acts of no even 15 south, range 12, east thence running north quarter of northeast quarter section :n township -
'Many operators and patrons were leaving the city. for it is not believed LJscomb this county, was arrested Is.6S chains thence east 6jg chains.thence south 14 range a.
: and hostility on the part of Coreans toward 15.65 chains thence west 6.39 chains to the point The said land being assessed at the date of
taught in the places and they the could remain here and be con charged with murder. Mrs. in of
probably necessitatingactive : today, of beginning, containing by estimation ten the issuance of such certificate the name
thd paraphernalia were carted to the Japanese. cealed. Drury was supposed to have commit acres more or less. Feand I,. Patterson. Unless said certificates -
measures of defense of Japanese Also beginning at the northeast corner of the shall be redeemed according to law tax :
police station. ted suicide Dec. 6, and aa investigation Alvarez grant in township 15. south range 22, deed will issue thereon on the jth day of January -
Interests in Southern Corea. east,and running thence south with a A .
Ilia police would have raided moref magnetic 0.1904.Witness
: The Cologne Gazette considers that MAINTAIN NEUTRAL ATTITUDE. Is In progress. I variation of 3 degrees 9 minutes east. my official signature and seal this the
the dens had It not been for the 23.69 chains. thence west with a magnetic n ria loth day November, A. D. 1903.
,
have this dispatch: is an admission that Japan II tion of t degrees 3S minutes north. 8 45 chains S.T. bISTRCNK. 3
-t vigilance of the lookouts. These has a good claim to defend her Missionaries Take No Part In Mace Greatest Crime of the Century. thence north 23.69 chains, thence east 845 chains 124 Clerk Circuit ourt Manon Co.F1a. ,-3

beea shadowing the movements of the donia-Bulgarian Agitation.Boston New York Dec. 30.-In an address to the point of beginning containing 20 acres _
interests in Southern Oorea by forceof I of land more or less.
.
ditectivaa. When the latter move in arms and controverts the rumors Dec. 31.-The* nlnety.itird I before the church club of the diocese Said land being sold to satisfy said decree and NOTICE.In .

the direction ot the policy games the of Long Island Professor G. T. Ladd. costs. CARLOS L. SISTRCSK.
; :,- I to the effect that Russia would regard annual report of the American boardof NEIL )[. ALLIED Special Master In Chancery.
lookouts, mounted on wheels start commissioners for foreign of Yale, has declared that The 1-1 Solicitor for Complainant.
the landing of any considerable missions; the Circuit Court oj the Fifth Judicial Circuitof
.
: As the detectives reached some ot. Japanese force in Southern Corea as a which was made public today. says. uk greatest curse of this country is the Florida, in and for Marion County,
NOTICE.In
the places where they had been tipped casus belli. missionaries in European Turkey-have terrible greed for gold." The trade In Chancery.

% off: that policy was running they met maintained a neutral attitude no(tak. classes: he declared are so tightly Martha J. Osborne. Pbintiff vs. John W. O..

the lookouts, hot and perspiring returning The paper concludes: log part in the present political drawn at the present time that a breaK the Circuit Ccurt of the Fifth Judicial CiT borne.Defendant.-Divorce.
; "The attitude of Russia on this question cuit ot Florida in and for Marion county in
on their wheels after having tations either in Macedonia or Bulgaria is bound to come soon.M'The worst IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT
may therefore be regarded asa Chancery IT named John W. Osborne. be and h.
t
warnings. troubles in the United States
liven their Misting Americas I I to the bill of complaint -
: further concession on her part. Phosphate Company, complainant is hereby required to appear
:' Aso a general scattering of operators I Tho past year at Salonlca in Macedonia and: England," asserted the professor vs. Thomas Palfreeman et aL defendants.TT in said cause on or before Monday,

of the wa and IS ORDERED THAT THE The ft* : and devotees game has been the most trying period "are sell-Indulgence high living, DEFENDANTS 'I
WRECKED ON CORAL REEF. A herein named, Tbomaa Falfreeman. SophieG. It is further ordered that a copy of this order
noted. in the history of that station. The which will eventually bring ruin toa.n'y Parker Asa W. Parker. Jr., Gordon Parker : be published once a week for eight consecutive
powerful nation." and Mabel G. Parker b; and they are hereby I weeks in the Ocala Weekly Banner.
of the work
American Schooner Bingham From success missionary was required to appear to the bill or complaint in Done this 24th day of October.A.D 1903.

;: SHOT BASEBALL PLAYER. Pensacola Beat to Pieces. largely prevented by the lawlessness the the above entitled cause on or before Monday, (Seal) Clerk S.T. SISTRUNK.Circuit Court.

ensl. ola, Fla.. Dec. 30.-The Norwegian and an&rehy prevailing throughout the UNION PACIFIC MAYGET EGA.N. fat day of February A.D. 7904. By H. C. Sistrnnk, D. C
: -: Dennis Leahy Killed In Saloon Rov Edwin Spencer, Complainant'Sol'r. 10-30 ?
steamer Hydrla, from Belise region. It tsfurtker ordered that a copy ot this orderbe -

: at Knoxville. brought to port the captain and! five The total contributions to the Former President of Central of Georgia published nce a week lor four consecutive
week in the Ocala Banner.
FINAL
-: : Knoxville, Tenn.. Dec. 21-Dennis mem-bets of the crew of the American American board for the fear were May Go West. Done this December 15 A. D.1403. NOTICE OF APPLICATION DISCHARGE.FOR

-- Leahy for several years a player on schooner Richard A. Bingham of Peixsacola. 1 719152. Savannah, Ga., Dec. 30-It is reported S.Clerk T. SISTRCNK.Circuit Court. I SETTLEMENT AND FINAL .

VirginIa League baseball teams, and here that former President JohnM. -Bv. -HC.. -. _SKTU_._I-nir U'_'- -DC, -*..
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
I: .has afrway played In Louisville and The latter vessel on Dec. 18 at mid Purchased Music Hall. Egan, of the Central of Georgia I U. I.Complainant's A.NDERSON Solicitor. 12 18 NOTICE executor ot th* last win and

Cincinnati was shot and killed this night went on the coral reels 20 miles Ixmisville. Dec. 31.-ate J. O. Hopkins railway will become identified with testament of JOHN A.COLE,deceased win o.
A
the fith day of February IX1904.
morning by Frank Ragan, In a saloon from Beiise and was a total wreck. Theater Building company, head. the Union Pacific. NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.'N'OTICE makr cnal settlement of his accounts and apply

row. Ragan was Immediately arrested. The crew launched one of the lifeboats ed1 by J. D. Hopkins, the St. Louis in J'ut what capacity he will be connected for fin -lischarge. Such final settlement and

applicai to be made to the county Judge of -
and this was also crushed. They theatrical manager, has purchased the with the Union Pacific is not IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT CX- Marion! cc *ty,at Ocala.Florida.

Killed Mobile Policeman. afterwards succeeded in launching the Music Hall in this city and will convert known.Mr. der and by virtue of a inal decree rendered 8 aS 6iis J. M. LIDDEU. -
i on the 3oth day of December. 1903 by the D. A. MILLER.
: '. Alobile Ate., Dec. 31.Policeman other boat and after spending a terrible it into a vaudeville theater. Hapkins' Egan is now in New York whereit Honorable W. S. Bullock. judge of the circuit -
: shot and in- is said he will consult with E. J court of the fifth judicial circuit of Florida Marion -
Charles Haggerty was night upon the water, tossed about theater In the old Masonic Temple county. in chancery in a certain case SEALED BIDS.

- stantljkilled early today by an unknown oy las waves, reachel Belise, from was recently destroyed fire and Harriman relative to a place on: the therein lately pending wherein Edwin C.
Smith was complainant and Aggie Golding et .
: white man whom he had'under which place they were brought here. since then the proprietor and his associates Union Pacific. aL were. defendants, the undersigned as IS HEREBY GIVEN' BY THK

arrest. The murderer escaped, andnas The schooner had a cargo ot mahogany have been looking for a new speciiil master, appointed under said final decree 1Board VTOTICE ot County Commissioners that oa
c Boatman Went Over Falls. to execute the same will .
of
Monday the 4th day January.A.D.'T9os.sealed
The killing
been captured. from Belise to Pensacola. Louisville theater. The new theater
not fat A. D. be ,
on JlmltlaltIae far of February 1904 bids for suitable persons to overseer
Niagara Falls: N. Y., Dec. 31.-A
.. -occurred in the heart of the city with.. will be opened in the fall of 1904 between the hours of II a. m. and 2 o'clock and repair and work for one year the public
- boat containing baa been roads and bridges of this county,win be received
a seen m.at in
? station and man p. the court house doors the city of
the police MEET IN ATLANTA. and unlike its will
block cf EDUCATORS predecessor, tx a
"i. au a passing down the river and over the Ocala offer for sale and will sell to the highestand by the board &s follows: :
wu witnessed by one man who can "continuous" house. best bidder for cash the mortgaged premises District No. L-one overseer.
;: Horse Shoe falls. The identity of described in said final decree and orderedto District No. a.-One overseer Flemingtoa
,.' give only a vague description of the Many Matters of Moment To Be Discussed i be sold to-wit: The southwest quarter of Dtst.one overseer Btitchton.}fanel and Cotton
the ill-fated boatman is not known. in sixteen south election districts; and one for Hiiduville
section nineteen township
Three Session
;_ ..1ayer.I Days' Anxious to Shoulder Guns. i election districts.
; 'I I.1 range twenty east. or so much thereof as may Romeo and Dunnellon
Atlanta Dec. 30.-Prominent educators .New York. Dec. 31-The JapanesecoEiulate be necessary to satisfy said decree aid costs. District No.J.-Two overseers.
I SMALLPOX SCOiiGE. representing state of the Kishineff Reported Quiet .. I I JOS. H. BELL, Special Master. District No. 4.-North of Ft. Gates road,one
: every here is overwhelmed with overseen south of Ft. Gates road. one overseer.
south met in annual session-of the offers of volunteers for service In the St. Petersburg, Dec. 31.-It is officially -I .STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.The District No-West of A C. L. R. R.. one

;: Situation at Gordon Ga. Assumes CritIcal announced in view of the 're overseer east ot 4. Co I.. R. R..one overseer.
Southern Educational association In
Japanese army in anticipation of war The Board reserves the-right to reject any and

Aspect. this city this evening for a three days'I with Russia, cables the Times cores ports current abroad of renewed hostilities annuel .meeting of the stockholders ot an Bend bids.will be required with approved securu
Gordon Oa., Dec. 31. Tt smaHpoxsituation' : upon the Jews that Kistineft the and Machine Works will be
Ocala Foundry
: session. pondent at Sydney, N. S.V. Tae ties for the faithful performance ot the over
- here Is asumlng a critical I was never quieter than at the held at the office of the company in the city of seer's duty. The Board will also receive bids tat
. T.. Flans will be discussed at this meetIng consul has informed the applicants Ocala Florida. on Wednesday, the 13th of Jan- services of ferrymen for one:year from January.

: aspect for the bettering of all branches thai it is imposaiblt to accept foreigners present time. nary 1904 at it o'clock a. m 1904 at Whites ferry. Sbarpes Jetty Grahaa
t .. As yet no steps have been taken to N. W. HARRISON. yule ferry. Eureka ferry and Stokes ferry.: and
. ;. of education throughout the south for enlistment. Two Murders In Alabama. GEO. W. UTIN.' President. any other free ferries in the county. Said tad
. 4-; quarantine the town though the post- Secretary i-i at delivered to tie clerk Of the circuit court
be
to
J :: and to devise methods of the improvemen
Mbntgoniory -Ala. Dec. ;31.-'Kewc!
,
;- .1'ofice Is practically closed on account on or before Monday, the 4th day of January,
r: tHe train refusing ot the public schools. Explosion In Opera HOUSJ. reached the city of two murders. Win ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. A. D. 1904. SISTRCSK.,
mall clerks on .
of the Clerk Cimn&: Court.Study
z8
II
malls with the post- The delegates were welcomed by Burlington Iowa, Dee. 31.-It is reported Wright is charged with murdering Annie
exchange
to .
. : and several Qo\ernor Terrell and Mayor HowelL here that the gas plant in the Yancey at Sprague Junction, and The annual meeting of the stockholder of 1.1
made The postmaster the Pearson Oil and Gas will be heldat *
$ Company at
I The feature of the evening program Jones and Elizabeth Jones are nQmSi..
house at Lone ycung
members or his family are down witn opera Tree Iowa has the office ofthe company in Ocala. Florida ... .. .
Ufr.S was the annual address of President exploded wrecking the building and a charged with murdering Warren Jones Js.nuaryiIao4.forthepurposeot: electing officers __ with tIoe Tablet a-sc.dJ"-r-----i.
the smallpox. for the ensuing year and the dispatch of irs,. ..__ teIla 8.kerA''Sf '". 1AlCebar.
have Francis Venable: president of the Unt- hove about li miles from Montgomery. All such buHness regularly come before it. H.. .
tea cases boarding adjoining. So far .. as may RMsk Lswv. asi
Up to this time only Geovy.G.nw...... .... ..... .
: .versity of North Carolina.! three were put in jail here. HERBERT A. FORD Pres. I PkyiLai*..-. T- ,..,........ .... y.a.I ...
killed.
known no ess was at ( aAfI.L1t1.IUoNMlAoI.
developed. t EDW. W. HTT.i.gg, See.,. >i si&as7 Q

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r PROMINENT MEN ARE r WAR\ OLOUDS LOWER, I IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY. RAILROAD 'EMPLOYES I I Jerry Burnett, Martel Public, F1&Notice JOY. is 1903.


Rev. Francis Bourne Enthroned. ,

: VICTIMS OF FLAMES BUT MAY DISPERSE Archbishop of Westminster. FIGHT WITH TRAMPS J Merchant To Having all to whom been notified it may concern that the: pab '

Lflcdon, Dec. 30. The most Rer. lie bridge across'the Withlacooche t

Francis Bourne. Roman Catholic arcn- River at Danuellon Fla., la in a dau-

Club House at Troy, N. Y. Is Status Oi hop of Westminster, was enthroned gerona condition, and whereas the b
of Affairs Between Fiercely Fought Battle Has Tailoring.
in the new oathtdral ot Westminster county commissioners of Marion and
: rartlallyDestroyed Citrus counties have
.
Russia and Japan. today with the impressive ceremony Occurred In Louisiana. Ocala, Florida. the Converse Bridge contracted Company with of 1.

A LIST OF THE incidental to such occasions. The
Chattanooga Tenn. to'
CASUALTIES.i
Finest erect a good =:
i MORE HOPEFUL VIEW IS TAKEN. vast building was filled to its capacity ATTEMPT TO HOLD UP TRAIN. Imported and and substantial bridge' fettles Midi :

Although the Doomed Men Were Seen -- by ecclesiastical and laymen mem- Domestic Cloths. river, in lieu of the aforesaid bridge,

at Window In Many Diplomatic Circlet it Is Not ben of the Roman Catholic church, Gang ,of Tramps Attack Train and and whereas said Bridge. Company
So Dense Was Smoke bas notified me that
the robes of. the officiating clergy and Drive Crew Away Proceeded to Cutting a Specialty they are doing
and Thought Far Eastern War Immi- all that Is in their paver toTe tbv
Rapid Fire' Progress, Effortsat the varied garbs of the numerous re- Fits Guaranteed. plans aud
nent-Believed Russia Will Grant i Loot Cart, but Finally! Were Repulsed specifications approved: by
Rescue Unavailing. tlglous orders, forauag a conspicuous the proper government officials and ,

New Japan's Request. contrast with the brick walls and bare and Put to Flight. BRANCH'S that they' have reasons to believe thai
U-HV. Y., Dec. W.-Moes T.
they *ill have said
bridge
looking, unfinished edifice. completed
Ciou n, the nestor of the itenssalae! : :St.: Petersburg, Dec. 31.-The foreign Chicago Dec. 31-A dispatch to the by January let, 1904.( '

count) bar, and the 141 survivor or dispatches received here yesterday Tae cathedral: of Westminster, consecrated liter-Ocean for New Orleans says; Genuine Rattles O e This ia to notify all to whom' mil
today is the first Roman:
ana ClasS of 1848, of Dartmouth col afternoon may be reflected today in a fiercely fought battle between concern, that said bridge first abovementioned

:. lese; Wiiium Shaw head of the law in more peooinustic editorials. t'atcolic cathedral that baa stood in railroad employes and negroes following Watermelon Seed. Is condemned, a. being :
unsafe and
the of
metropolitan see England dace dangerous and that the
firm ot Shaw, Bailey and Murphy and The Novae Vremya begins iU leader a& attempt to hold up a, freight cour-tv
the reformation. The building was Only Pure Strain in the commissioner aforesaid will
Beajamin W. with: Iraki on the Southern Pacific railroad United States
Kiaaey, mftaager of the begun only eight years ago, though it not lfl responsible for any damages to

Fuller-Warren company of Boston, There is no war today; tomorrow 10 of the trainmen have been fatally Carefully selected Kept pure 35 years. No person or property of any person or
was projected Wiseman other
llasa., lost their lives in a fire which then' may be war." by Cardinal wc\ nded. The train was attackedby Pure seed variety impossible grown on plantation of 1500 acres.. persons who may use field bridge fa _
(who died in 1863), and was planned where different varieties its dilapidated and
partially destroyed the Troy Club buildIng ( The paper rather fatalistically H. his a gang of negro C tamps, near MorlM.a are grown dangerous condl
by successor, Cardinal Manning.The Lion. The Messrs Camp. of Dunnel-
at an early hour today. reefs attention to the fact that war extreme length of the new city. and captured after the crew I o z., isc; :a a:., 25; X lb,yon; }i lb, 65; lIb, =L$; lon, agreed to place a flat at said

Although the doomed mea were marked the opening of the 17th, 18tn cathedral outside U 360 Net widtnlott bad been driven off. A body of railroad ioK>ilio-DeIivered. bridge in case it l became unsafe Be a=

Hen at tale window, coming could be and ath centuries. ; employes gathered by tAG conductor Send for" Seed Annual. "Manual on Melon fore the new bridge was completed. '
Culture.
feet; height of nave 117 feet and roc. Remit by registered letter
done The Xovoe Vremeya. nevertheless of the freight train fire or H. kV. LONO
. : to un them. *o deiua was the opened! money ,
smoke and still professes faith in a peaceful sattlement covers on acre of about 54,000 square upon the negroes, who wefe looting order.M. Chair. Bd. Co Com. Marion Co. Fla
to r.iid the irogreu ot : tee:. I. BRANCH, Attest:-8. T. SiSTRUXK,
the flames. the cars. After an exchange of shots
'. The general view of the inner will Columbia Co. 11 21 Clerk.
Edward Oarpeutler of Fstr York "We believe Japan will not place hiring which brakemen B. S. Cooper Benelii 015
". h still one of bare rough brick.
1'1 taken from an widow Russia In a position whore to yield and F. C. Watcher were shot, the
upper by The scheme is
to cover the wholeof NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
the firemen anA would appear to be a renunciation tramps) were driven off. NOTICE.An .
removed
to a hoepital. ; the lower walls and the piers to the -
of the defense of her vital Interests Several of them were captured later
where he to from Department of the
recovering the efecta height of about 40 feet with marble Interior, Land Office at

of smoke. Inhaled. Ha was in In the Far East. Russia does not All the upper part and the vaults and and brought to Franklin. Gainesville. FLa. December at, 1903. Oordinance Providing for Gates,

'\t town desire war; but nobody in Russia will IS Guards or Other Devices to be phteE -
: preparing for bia dames HEREBY GIVEN
wits
) marriage will be decorated with mosaic NOTICE THAT TH ed
permit the Japanese or other friendsto CUT IN ORCHESTRA SEATS. named settler has filed notice of Adjacent to the Railroad Tracks
a young society woman tot the city. work illustrating the history ef the his intention to make commutation proof In Crossing North MagnolU Btreet

Hu escape from death was regarded execute a diplomatic dance upon church. be support made of before his claim and that said proof will and to Prescribe Duties and Penal: -

'- as one of the remarkable features ot Russia's peaceful disposition. In firm 'l'h.total 'subscription before the Excitement Caused Among Broadway fla, on Clerk Orcmt Court at Ocala' ties in Relation Thereto.

!\\f, the fire.f' consciousness of her power Russia laying of the foundation stone Theatrical Managers. January jot, I o4. *
was l\ !: IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COCN-
will & York Dec. 31-Orchestra viz BE
seatspreviously
await events. : John M. Mnnroe of
Al! the person killai were occupying I i over J250.000. Since then there Lave .660. for the Heidtville. Fla.. Hd. ot the City of Ocala:
31 south-west
costing |2 will be reduced quarter of north-east Section It shall be the of
I, t. duty the rtiVoa3mmpaayawaing
aection
rooms on the upper floor of the aero many large individual benefaction quarter 32 township hi south range 18. 0 ,
next Monday 1.50 ease. and using the tracks crossing
HOPEFUL VIEW TAKEN. to $ by the management
club building which ia four stories and the total expenditure on the He names the Mowing witnesses North Magnolia street in the ctty of Ocala.
J' of the Manhattan theater. to prove Florida, within .
In his continuous residence thirty days after the passage of .
height and it waa thin part the entire edifice upon and cultivation
up to the end of October this ordinance to erect
of said construct and
Believed Russia Tne cut has caused land viz: J. A. eqUip
Will Manuel.
Grant Japan's much excitement : of Dunullon
.
maintain each side of
flame attacked first on said track at the
. was over a million dollars. Fla,; E. M. Yuner of Dun ullon .
Fla.
Broadway ; S. M. said crossing above mentioned, gates, guard.,
Request-Eastern Situation. among theatrical managers Nthiack of DUDellon
Fla.
: The victims had retired about 10 TPe cathedral starts clear of debt. Dunnellon. Fla ; D. S. Folb. of or other devices of a similar character that will :
Berlin Dec. .-The foreign office who have clung for several ,
,- 'clock and were sleeping soundly 12 25 W. G. ROBINSON protect and make the said crossing safe for the
continues to ensure enquirers that the years to the higher pnce for choice Register. passage pedestrians and vehicles along the I.
wren the alarm wag given by the emfloyea. HEIRESS DISAPPEARS. saidgtieet: crossing: the said ratlrcad tracks.
German government does not believe seats. Just what effect it will haveIs And in the event Of failure of the said railroad

war will issue from the problematical but NOTICE company using and owning the said tracks t>
Japanese Rtro several
conferences
,

An effort wan made it once to reach .lieved Miss Rovelle, of MerU;an, erect, equip and maintain said guards gate
sian controversy. This Is also theview have been held at which the alt or other device as provided hereto withiu theme .
the sleeping apartments, but the prog Miss.. Was Kldn.ped.J4&ridla.n. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ti specified, and for each day thereafter.the
of of the press, whether deriv ell Miss. Dec. JL The nation was thoroughly discussed. NOTICE: as and THE agent sarvent or employe of said company
Teas the fire had been so rapid that poiictdepartment executors executrix,
from official sources or as Independentopinion. In announcing the cut the proprietor respectively the estate of John P. Dunn, deceased using or having charge of said track *hallb .
:: the help at hand could not make their and relative have as yet l will anSutuntar. upon conncnon; thereof. punished by a tine *i
of the Manhattan who is also at the not exceeding twenty five dollars or imprisonment *
nay, to the top floor. been unable to find any traces of Mi e' the ad day of July, 4. D. trot, I not exceeding thirty days ,.'

", The fire ia thought to have been It does not appear that Sir Fran ,i :Bthe Rovelle th. young heiress to a head of the Independent syndicate, aplT to the county judge of Marian county i Section 2. It shall be the duty of the said railroad

C. Lascelles the British ambassador fortune says he is satisfied that (the public, Flonda, at Ocala Fla. for the purpose cf mak i company to properly close open and care .
valued six
caused by a lighted cigarette being at or eight millions ing final settlement their accounts and for for the said gates, guards or device in order
thrown among some combustible ma here as previously cabled, said that and It is now the belief that th ed rich and poor, believe Jl.50 Is enough final discharge. i that the safety of the traveling public may be I

war is n()t unlikely unless Russia and that several other managers whomhe H. G, DCNN. insured against accident in crossing said track
terial. The dub house was built young woman has been abducted an W. A. HOCKER. I I at the point mentioned herein and it is furtherthe
yields. is being held against her will. has consulted, are of the same Executors. duty of the agent in charge of said railroad
10
12
or at a cost of halt I
years ago ALICE E. LAW. tracks to see that said gates are not closed at
The Japanese legation believes and I opinion, but have hesitated I .
Miss Rovelle has been missing since at taking the of ;
tray during
A million dollars. The loss by fire Eiecntnx. i anytime except passage any _
', will reach >$55,000. hopes Russia will grant Japan's Justrequests. last Reek, when she left the home of individual action, despite the great iI I train cars or engine,and then for a period of .
not longer than five minutes during the )
Mr. Qou h was 89 of and Baron von Osten-Sacken, her aunt in West End, presumably to falling off in patronage during the NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. ot any train, car. or engine over the said passage track
years ,
age the Russian ambassador, has been accepting come to town to do present season. IS HEREBY CIVErf "HAT except the regular passenger train on the -
shopping.
some NOTICE UN-
Mr. Shaw was nearly 70. Uoth resided bv virtue of a final decree main line entering and leaving said station,in ,
of
invitations in unusual numbers Her home is in Birmingham, but she closure entered on the lath day of for- which event said gates may be closed for s :
October
at the club at which Mr. A.
Kinney American Economists' Association. D. 1903. by the Hon. W. period of not exceeding minutes at anyone ':
appearing at breakfasts, receptions was spending the winter with her S. Bullock. judge ot
the time. Any watchman. agent servant or em
and Mr. circuit
Garpentier were guests. court for the fifth judicial
dinners and ball serene and confident aunt Mrs. J. M. Huskey, of this city. Mew Orleans, Dec. .The seronjday's Florida sitting in chancery for Station circuit of ploye of said railroad company having the said
Tae police report that while the fire county, ,guards,or other devices ia who
gates charge
session of the in a certain cause then
always taking it as an impossibility The conditions of the will by whicn American Econoists' wherein pending in said court shall violate this section of this ordinance shall
was at its worst, a man was discover Hattie 0.Allen and Ceo K. Allen her
that the situation in the Far her benefactress, an aunt l1p s. Micer association was held in Tuiane h husband and Ella O. Browne were complain be punished upon conviction in the mayor
*. ', el trying to set fire to the building at ants and Marie Louise c court by a fine of not exceeding dollars or
f-\ Eii2the ast is even grave. Others of the va Btnford, of Denver, Col ., left her university. President Selignran pre Goldbeck, her husband. Adelaide Goldb k.V Alfred C. imprisoned not exceeding ten days,in the air .
corner of Broadway. and Fifth av- Morgan '
diplomatic to aa estate north sided. The proceedings opened with James W. :Morgan heirs aetion of the ceurt.
corps seem be without $8,000,000 are that as at law of William H.
eaue, occupied as a new' st3.Ild. Tne Morgan, deceased, were defendants. the under Approved November 5, ego}
news and express general ideas, the she marry within a year after the the reading of a paper by ProfessorA. signed special master in chancery will, oaMO..4al I H oust M. FISHEL. Maior.
man escaped. It Is not believed, however
only safe one being that "hostilities death of the aunt of her own tree will Fatter, of Cornell University on Febnalllnl.I9QI. I

that the clubhou&a fire w& of are quite unlikely," and that eacQ and choice, if she nantsjto. but if not, the relations between rent and interest between HMO: a. m. and 1.00 p.m. offer and ex i NOTICE

Inoatdiary origin. side is testing its adversary to the the is to marry a man selected: by the Professor Thomas N. Carver ot highest rose for and sale best and will bidder then for and cash there in sell hand.to the In I.

CLOSE POLICY breaking point.Everywhere deceased aunt and named f the wiLL Harvard university; Professor John H. front of the court house door in Ocala. Hanoi Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Section
!, COPS SHOPS. county, Florida, all the right. title interest and
there is anxiny for authoritative l"hoseconsiderations- have led the relatives l. Hollander, of Johns Hopkins and C. estate of the said defendants. May Louise Gold- 8, of Chapter
; Detectives and Lookout Run Close news that shall bring the of the young woman to fear W. McFarlane participated in the discussion beck Adelaide and Alfred C. Goldbeck. her husband. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT FRET
Morgan and James W. Morgan
t as of Tax Certificate
purchaser No.
,. Races In Savannah. period of suspense to an end. the: she has been kidnaped and for of Professor Fetter's subject heirs at law of Wm. H. Morgan deceased of 742. dated the 3rd day of April. A. D. iSgJ. -..

4 The mobilization of the thai reason her disappearance was re- in and to the following described lands, situate, has filed said certificate ia niy office and na* ;
Savannah, Ga. Dec. 31.-(Raids wer Japanesenavy lying and being in the said county and state made application far tax deed to issue ia accordance ;
made by the police upon four ofpolicy the la at least par*ally attributable, orted at once to the police. Ttey Farmer Charged With Murder. to Wlt: with law. Said certificate embraces
have been unable to locate her and Commencing at point 6.39 chains east Of the the following described property situated inManon
lottery joints ia Savannah. according to a Vladivostok dispatcn Marshalltown. Iowa, Dec. 31-Grant southwest corner of the northwest quarter of county Florida, to-wit::

'Many operators and patrons were to the Cologne Gazette, to open acts of have no clew even to the time of tleaving er jury, a well know : farmer of West the IS. south.southwest quarter of section 15, township South half of northeast quarter of southwest '
range ix. east. thence
north ,
running section u town
caught in the places and they anne d hostility on the part of Coreans toward the city for it is not believed Lt comb. this county, was arrested 15.6Sdumsthence east 6.39 chains thence'soutliI5.6schains ship quartcrofnortbcut u. Quarter :

Japanese probably necessitating she could! remain here and be con- today, charged with murder. Mrs. thence west 6.39 chains to the point The aid Va being assessed at the date of
paraphernalia were carted to the of beginning
cealed. containing by estimation ten the issuance of such certificate in the name of :
police station. active measures of defense of Japanese Drury was supposed to hare commit.ted acres more or Fond L. Patterson. Unless said certificates
Also beginningless.at the northeast corner of the shall be redeemed according to law tax:
'!'be police would have raided more Interests in Southern Corea. suicide Dec. 6, and aa investigation I Alvarez grant in township, 15. south range xi. deed will issue thereon on the sib day of January .

The Cologne Gazette considers that MAINTAIN NEUTRAL ATTITUDE is in progress. east,and running thence south with a ma g- A D.I904.Witness .
.f the dens had it not been for the aerie variation
of 3 degrees, 9 minute*. cast, my oracial signature and seal this the
this dispatch is an admission that Japan *3.69 chains thence west with a '
vigilance of the lookouts. These habeets ye magnetic variation loth day of November, A.D. goy
.
has Millenaries Take No Part !In Greatest Crime of of z degrees J5 minutes north 8 45 chains, S.T. &ISTRUSK.
a good claim to defend her MacdoniaBulgarlan the Century. thence
shadowing the movements of cue north 23 69 chains, thence east 845 chaws try Clerk Circuit court Marion Co.Fla.

dttectlvas.: When the latter move in interests in Southern Oorea by forceof Agitation. New York Dec. 30.-ln an add'l'tiS to of the land point more of or beginning Ie.... containing ao acres

> the direction of the policy games the arms and controverts the rumors Boston Dec. 31.-the ninety ,hJrd before the church club of the diocese( Said land being sold to satisfy said decree and

lookouts mounted wheels start to the effect that Russia would regard annual report of the American boardof of Long Island Professor G. T. Ind d, I costs. CARLOS L. SISTRCNK. NOTICE.
on NEIL M.ALLIED. Special Master in Chancery
As the detectives reached some ot the landing of any considerable commissioners for foreign missionswhich of Yale has declared that the i-i Solicitor for Complainant.

was made public greatest of this In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit ,-
the places where they had been tipped Japanese force in Southern Corea as a toduy says. curse country is the
of Florida ia and for Marion
County
casus belli. missionaries in European Turkeyaav< terrible greed for gold.:' The trade NOTICE.In .
off that policy 'It as running, they met In Chancery.
The paper concludes: maintained a neutral attitude, nofta.k. clashes, he declared, are so tightly
the lookouts, hot and perspiring, returning -
Martha J. Osborne, Plf intiff, vs. John W. OS-
1 on their wheels after having "The attitude of Russia on this question tag part in the present political'tations f gJ' drawn at the present time that a Drga. In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit borne.1)efendant.-Divorce.

may. therefore, be regarded as either in Macedonia or Bu! is bound to come soon.M'I"he worst of Florida in and for Marion county, in
given their warnings. Chancery TT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT
a further concession on her part." ria. Misting troubles in the United States J. herein named. John W. Osborne. be and h*
Afco a general scattering of operators American Phjsphate Company, complainantvs. I I is hereby required to appear to the bill of complaint -
'rho past at Salonica In and England, asserted the
and devotees of the game was -r year Macedonia professor, .Thomas Palfreeman el al, defendants. in said cause on or before Monday,

noted. WRECKED ON CORAL REEF. has been the most trying periodin "are sell-indulgence! and high living TT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANTS The 4th day a/Janutty, A. D. ego{. "

the history of that station. Tile which will eventually bring ruin to J. herein named. Thomas Palfreeman. Sophie It is further ordered that a copy of this order ..
G. Parker Asa W.
Parker Jr., Gordon Parker be published ouce a week for eight consecutiveweeks
SHOT BASEBALL PLAYER. American Schooner Bingham, From success of the missionary work alargely as any powerful nation." and Mabel G. Parker bs and they are hereby in the Ocala Weekly Banner _
required to appear to the bill or complaint in Done this iith day of October. A.D 1901. .
Pensacola
Beat to Pieces. prevented by the lawlessness the above
entitled cause on or before .
Monday, (Seal) S.T SISTRCNK.Clerk .
Dennis Killed In Saloon Rovf ensatola, Fla., Dec. 30.-The Norwegian and anarchy prevailing throughout tli Leahy steamer Hjdrla region. lit day Ftbruarv, .....D. 190+ By H. C. Sistrunk, D. C >
from Belise
,
'
Knoxville. Edwin :
at SptattrComplainants 10-30
It tsfurtker ordered that a copy ot this order ,'
Knoxville. Twin., Dec. :21-Dennis.Leahy I', brought to port the captain and five The total contributions to the Former President of Central of Georgia be published Qiice a week tor four consecutive' -

rcembeis of the crew of the AmeriCiIischooner American board for the week in the Ocala Banner.
fear wen May Go West. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR FINAL
for several years a player on' Done this December 15, A. D. 1 Richard A. Bingham of 1719,132. bavannah, Ga., Dec. 30--It is reported S. T. SISTRCNK. SETTLEMENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE. i.
"Virginia League baseball teams, and sacola. Clerk Circuit Court.
here that former
pen'j President
in Louisville JohnM. By H. C SISTHCSK,D. C
played and GIVEN
has alway The! latter vessel on Dec. 18 at Purchased Music Hall. Egan. of the Central of Georgia H. AXDEISON.. NOTICE IS HEREBY THAT TBS
Cincinnati was shot and killed this Complainant's Solicitor. U 18 executor ot th1ast win and
night went on the coral reels :0 miles Louisville, Dec. 31.-aiie J. o. Hop railway, will become identified with testament of JOHN A.COLE."deee+sed, will em

4 morning by Frank Ragan in a saloon from Beiise and was a total wreck tins Theater Building company, heed ad. the Union Pacific. the j&th day of Fetmorr A.D. 1904.
NOTICE OF
row. Ragan was immediately arrest ed. The crew launched one of the life by J. D. Hopkins, the St Lo cats In just what capacity he will be connected MASTER'S SALE. make '*Hat settlement of his accounts and applr
for fin lischarge. Such final settlement ana
boata and this was also crushed. They theatrical manager, has purchased the with the Union Pacific is not aophcai 'Ii to be made to the county Judge olManon

Killed Mobile Policeman. atterwards succeeded in launching the I Music Hall in this city and will con. known. NOTICE IS by HEREBY virtue of GIVEN a maal THAT decree CX- cc sty,at Ocala. Florida.

Alobile Arty Dec. 31.-Policeman other boat and after spending a terrible I vent it into a vaudeville theater. Hakins' ilr lgan is now in New York: whereit dered on the joth day of December. 1903 by bea 23 6m D. A.M. Mlt.T.KR.LIDDKU.
: Honorable W. S. of
Bullock judge the circuit
Charles Haggerty was shot and instantly ,
;? night! upon the water, tossed about theater in the old Masonic Tera is said he will consult with E N. court of the fifth judicial circuit of Florida, Ma -

killed early today by an unknown ; Dy the waves, reachel Belise fromwhich pie Harriman non county in chancery in a certain case SEALED BIDS.
was recently destroyed Jby fire, and relative to a place on the therein lately pending, wherein Edwin C.
white man whom he had'unarrest. der I
place they were brought here. since then the proprietor and his aeociates i- Ucion Pacific. Smith was complainant and Aggie Golding et .
The murderer Caped, and j aL were defendants, the undersigned as
The schooner had a cargo of mahogany have been looking for a new special master appointed under said! final decree :. NOTICE IS HEREBY; GIVEN BY THB

has not been captured. The killing i from Belise to Pensacola. Louisville theater. The new theatc r Boatman Went OverFails.. to execute the same will ol County Commissioners that OB
of
: the .
Monday 4th Janury.A.D.
day
occurred in the heart of the city with i' will be opened in the taIl of 19 04.Niagara{ Falls: N. Y. Dec. 31.-A Monday, the tat Air nf February, A. D. 1904, sealed bids for suitable persona to be ovencer,

in a block cf the poMce station, and between the hours of n a. m. and 2 o'clock and repair and work for one year the public
d, EDUCATORS MEET IN ATLANTA. and unlike its predecessor, will be a' boa containing a man has been seen p* m.at the court house doors in the city ot roads and bridges of this county,wt'tbere

f waa witnessed by one man. who can "ecntmuous" house. passing down the river and over the and best bidder for cash the mortgaged mDistrict No. i.-One overseer.
give only a vaue description of the Many Matters of Moment To Be Discussed Horse Shoe falls. The identity of ices described in said final decree and orderedto pre District No. :.-One overseer Flemingtott

'V. .slayer. -Three Days' Session. Anxious the ill-fated boatman is not known. be sold to-wit: The southwest quarter of Dtst.tine overseer BUtcnton Cartel and Cotton
d- to Shoulder Guns. section nineteen in and for
township sixteen south, election districts; one H--idUmUe,
: Atlanta Dec. 30.-Prominent educa New York. Dec. 31-trhe range twenty east or so much thereof as may Romeo and Dnnnellon election itotnax
/ Japan f.e
,, SMALLPOX SCOURGE. ters Kishineff be necessary to satisfy said decree and costs District No.3.-Two overseers.'
representing every state of the Reported Quiet. .
.: ". consulate here is overwhelmed with ? i i JOS. H. BELL. Special State District No...North of ft. Gates road,one
'. south met in annual session of the offers of volunteers St. Petersburg, Dec. :31.-It is officially overseer south of Ft. Gates road. one overseer
-,: Situation at Gordon Ga.. Assumes Critical for service In the STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. District No. s-West of A C L. X. JL. one
Aspect. Southern Educational association In J&IJ6.ILesearmy in anticipation of war announced in view of the re overseer;east ot A. C.L. R.. *.one overseer.

this city this evening for a three days ports current: abroad of renewed hostilities The Board reserves the right to reject any and
with Russia cables the
.The smallpox Times
Gordon. Ga., Dec. corre- The annuel.meeting of the stockholder all bids.
of
t situation here Is asnming a critical I I session. pondent at Sydney, N S, W". The upon the Jews that Kistv the Ocala Foundry and Machine Works will be Bead jrHlbe required with approved ucarU

aspect. Plans will be discussed at this meet consul has informed the applicants ineff was never quieter than at thepresent held at the office of the company. in the city of seer's ties for duty.the faithful The Board performance will also re.'ei.e ol the bids over lot '
Ocala Florida,on Wednesday: ,the ijth of January
ins for the bettering of all branches of ferrymen for one tro u ,
time. services :year January
A* yet no steps have been taken to of that it is imposslblt to accept foreigners [goy, at ii o'clock a. m 1904.at White's ferry. Sharpes Jerry Graham

!i Quarantine the town though the post- education throughout the south, for enlistment. Two Murders In Alabama. CEO. W.lAKTL'f. 'N. W. HARRISON President. I vile ferry. Eureka ferry and Stokes ferry, and
and to devise methods of the improve any other free ferries m the county. Said bids
.. office Is practically closed on account Montgomery.., Dec. 31.-'N ewe Secretary. i-i :at to be delivered to the clerk' of the circuit court:

of the mail clerks on the train refus- men The of delegates the public schools. Explosion In Opera House. reached the city of two :murders. Ww ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS' M ETlNG. on A.D or before 1904.u Monday the S.4th T.day SBTKCHK.of January, ,
were welcomed
'1n? to exchange malls with the post by Burlington, Iowa, Dec 31.-It is reported Wright Is charged with murdering Annie :z3 Clerk Circuit Court.
Governor Terrell and Mayor HowelL
:" master. The postmaster and several here that the gas plant In the Yancey at Sprague Junction, and The annual meeting of the stockholders of

f. members of his family are down w Ira The feature of the evening program opera house at Lone Tree. Iowa, hu young Jones and Elizabeth Jones are the Pearwm Oil and Gas Company will be heldat Study at HomaUttUae Z:tsn!:*
the office of the
was the annual address of President company, IB Oats Florida, atislia
the smallpox. I I exploded wrecking the building ind n charged with murdering Warren knee January tt. 19OC for the purpose et electing officers nary aa4 w ;
have Francis Venable. president of the tin! for the and the of ana__ WftI tile Tablet flma5mdrt.sarsaswd.e -
this time only ten cases about 14 miles from ensuing year dispatch ....
Op to boarding howe adjoining. So far Montgomery. AU such business km kMMOf_4oy e lolesaooklugae1.bhM"sc.. i
versity of North Carolina. as may regularly come before it Algebra Gann/nrcn..ar.Rkctabe.Lnnum. H.M.fePbyikvLXmcte.
.developed. I knOWE no 023 was killed. three were put In jail here. HERBERT; A. FORD Pres.EDW l Tad t.ad HitopM _i.ln t a. -
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FAST TRAlARECKEDObstructionad I I ......

'f Dropped on 890 1904

Track From J Mountain E

TRAIN DASHED t INTO SAME. ---

Running R/pidly Fast Passenger Train
Collide/With. Obstruction and Goes GROCERY
i I TEA POT
.Oltch ,
Into -Only One Person Fortunately -
Was Seriously Injured.
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.xKo Yille. Tenn.. Dec. 30.A special!, ......
the Sentinel from Jellico says: .-
'!he LouisTille and Nashville| -1
through passenger train from Louis-

t 1 Till Pleasant of Jellico to Knoxville,View this morning.K1g, was miles wrecked ports at I We wish for you one and all a Happy and Prosperous

J The engine was almost completely!
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demolished and Mail Clerk Homer U. .

r- "J'4red.irice A huge,* of mountain Knoxville boulder was seriously had rolled in- | New Year. Let each one of us Resolve to do better this

from the mountain side into a deepfUt' ..-.4If
and the train struck this boulder
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"with the serious results above stated.
% The wreck was cleared away and the I coming year than the last.
train passed there about five hours .
lAte.
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The extent of Price's injuries are -
sot yet known here.FATAL .
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COLLISION. ......
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Alleged Was Due to Engineer Misunderstanding -

Fort killed Wayne, Ind., Dec.Orders.30-One man g We have been catering to your wants for 13 3i
was two seriously injured and
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f ven others more or less hart in aea.don --- .
collision between the Pennsyl

tulles Tania found limited west freight of westbound here train today.at, and Larwill an,east.. ; years and shall endeavor to continue to. give you as 3g

The dead:
James Raif Snyder ot Crestline, 0..

t baggage Oliver The injured Herbert master.: engineer of the, limited good as can be had. Depending on you to assist in E|

seriously.
Elmer Stafford, fireman Limited, se.

. Tkxusly.H.. C. Suttler, Norfolk Neb., passenger. .. E making the improvement. By placing before the 3f

James Robinson, colored porter.
l. G. Betts, of Chicago.
William Hamilton, train: 7 barber.C. .
.. J.L.Fieldstock Hill, Jersey, colored City colored porter.A. .por : "Head of our Department" the defects as you see them, 3 :

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Joan Herbert, son of Engineer HerBert

bi The. ,father.who fact was that riding Engineer in ,the Hert cab>ert with was : for by your help we shall then be able- to correct and 3 ( j;

under orders to proceed with his train i
under control owing to a bad stretch I

of limited prevented track was" near serious late Larwill and loss otherwise alone of fire doubtless for would the ; improve not only our service but the Grade of Goods 3 ,'- I

:have been proceeding at terrific speed. --- I
'he wreck was due to a mistake
by

la Engineer reading Crowell the orders.EXPLOSION, of the. freight train, % when they fail to be what they are represented. 3 1W 1 1e

IN FURNACE. :

Ertlr Town In Tennessee Shaken. .....
One Person Killed. -
Knoxville, Tenn., Dec. 37.-A special 8. a' a 8 a' .
to The Sentinel from LaFollette tI -..
lays:
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A terrific explosion occurred at the ---
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LaFollette iron furnace this morning.
killed Thomas and considerable Dial, a negro property laborer,dame was E E DESIRE to advance and need your assistance to further that.

age done. While a "run" was being ---

molten made cooling at metal pool the accidentally furnace used for, a disintegrating quantity flowed intoa of III -:- end. In Unity there is Strength. So let us all pull together ==

lag This contact of metal and water I .\

I The caused entire the town explosion.and tommunity E to help each one the other thereby securing the results for ourselves ==
within a radius of halt a mile reverberated ...... :
as a consequence hundreds ol ---

p6cple MASSACRE being aroused.IN LIBERIA. E and for our city. Don't hesitate to give us your ideas and opinions especially 3

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Horrible Fate of Missionary and 19 E on our Groceries for if there be
of His Followers. can any improvement as to ::
Washington, Dec. 30,- Minister Ly-
on has reported to the state department

from Monrovia, Liberia under : Quality we stand ready to advance it ::3
tate of Nov. 4 last the details of the ... ,
massacre in the depths of an African'Sorest .. .....
of a white missionary named --
John G.:Tate, with all of his following E Our stock is larger and better Assorted than before
18 in number. : ever and you can ==
It appears that the massacre took .......
place as far back as March 15, 1901., --
yet this,the first detailed account, has f just what want from time and
get you us on quick we
just come to hand in an affidavit byMrs. ..... guarantee
' Mary L. Allen, a white mission-
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try at Nouns Kroo Liberia.
She had the story from' some of the E Quality and Price second to none, ::
native Doo tribesmen, who knew ol .
the killing. ....
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Tate had a. large mission and farm,
and besides, ie maintained a consul. --
trable school in the Jungle and alto

(toy when other the it 19 Doos.was people surrounded were in in the the mission nigh Remember that Quality Governs the Price. ,1-1j

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The first mat who answered a knock *
*t the door was shot. The interpret
ter he, too WM shot and cut to pieces. .
Tie Doos then killed all the remainin| Yours for and. better business j I
Inmates of the house, cut off their more
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bands and placing the Woody men:* .
ers in a coffin, sent them back to --- ,'
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Irwin:, who was shot Saturday night GROCERY.
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by John T. Patrick !a Odom's bar, in
this city filed as a remit of the wounc

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r MANATEE. AT Though I LOVE-CHARITY.speak with the tongues of men i1EAT11S( AWFUL l HAYEST.( J.. I SITUATION IS ACUTE I -.<


Tb following reference to the sen- and of angels, and hive rot charity I am be r Nature's Gift.from tha Sunny Sooth

atonal speaking at Mmaiee is from come We as Sounding brass and a tinkling cymbal AT SAN DOMINGO k
beard two
the Tampa'Fribuue't special: sermons preached FIVE HUNDRED ARE KILLED.Starqpedg t
recently from the above text and in

John STOCKTON' both instances the able divines said U. S. Minister Powell Asks ( o21 P'e
N. C. Stockton opened the
that "Jove" should have been substituted For Additional Warship.

senatorial ball, and his remarks were for the word "chirity" by the ) in a Chicago Theatre > tour f

much more pacific than usual. HU bible CRISIS SEEMS TU HAVE COME. .,
translators.We .
references to senator Taliafcrro, the I Causes Horrible Deal!]. r
confess, however, to a fond nesi, Secretary Mccdy Has Cabled Rear' Admiral f
Tllllt8
Union
and his other favorite for chi word Special to the Ocala Banner. An Ounce ofPrevention t
charity and
are sincerely! Lamberton, Commanding the
iiuljecIs were mild
aud uo bitter attacks glad that the good and wise translators Chicago. III., Dec. 30.-During a South American:
Squadron Dispatch
were injected into his I to
alluded speechHe of the, bible did not adopt another y matinee at the IroquoU theatre here Vessel at FUll Speed.
especially to ie| growth ,
s word for ir. this afternoon a stampede was caused Is Worth Pound i
and prosperity of Manatee coumy and VV asii.n.jton: Dec. 20.-\\Stfc three .
It stews to us that it had I Iicrei
Che-great work of Colonel Graham. : a larger by an alarm of fire, and the entire revolutions/ raging on the island, tae Of ,Cure
broader and fuller meaning tbau the :& ot Jiaunez: within .)ur hours
JEXXI.VGS.Cifovernor audience of several thousand I
\\ word love, and conveys exactly the persons, of :ban: Domingo City, and excitement ,

Jennings spoke only tan meaning the translators:! sought tjemphasizebj starti d for the exits to the building prevailing, Minister Powell thinks the ..

minutes. Ha denied that Senator situation demands the presence of an
it: Estimates: at this hour 'even e
Taliaferro was entitled to the credit\ additional warship, and in a cablegram Human nature -
"And though I have the gift of prophecy and o'clock put the casualities at over five dated yesterday appeals to the is hard e
r far the reduction of duty on cattle. understand all mysteries and all knowledge state department! for alai to solve. People "
He and though have faith so that I could remove hundred. who are most ..
praised the people of Manatee In
and mountain,and have anticipation of the crisis which u
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not
charity lam nothing particular a b 0 u tada.ptini
pointed with pride to his gubernatorial So it does appears to have arrived the state department the weight .
refer
not to an intellectuality
ii record. The early closing of the telegraph I had already taken steps to of their wearing apparel ,,

so great us to explore all mysteries office bete prevents us giving mor* send another warship to San Domino to the season and its condi f 1.

I TAUAFERRO. or a faith so simple, pure and ; and at its request, Secretary Moody tions,who would never think of gain? \ I
I out in a storm without an umbrella and
details of this awful affair.In rubbers who
Ij j Senator Taliaferro had evidently strong that before it mountains of sin t yesterday, cabled Rear Aral Lamber- would not sit in a draft for a farm will calmly sit at e
ton commanding the :South Atlantic the table and stuff themselves with
prepared himself for the occasion and uubelief must: disappear. Bed Four Weeks With La Grippe. lard-soaked food and not realize
and squadron now at Trinidad, to despatch for an instant that it is likely to give them a full-fledged case of indi

hie speech was interesting and well l "And though I bestow all my goods to feed We have received the following one of his vessels to San Domingoat gestion and clog their whole inner machinery.

received. He said that Jeuniuga and the burned poor, and and hlDot though I give my body to be letter from Mr. Roy &emp, of Angola, full speed to assist the gunboat ,Lard and there's is produced from hog fats sometimes impure always indigestible
; it
charity
profittth me a good day coming when
no will
one think
Ind. "I wits in bed four weeks with Newport in of using it
nothing protecting American
ana for
Stockton, after diligent search soul I It1 cooking' Cottolene is the only rational frying and shortening medium in
la grippe, and I tried remediesand other interests. the world. It is made from
: find other So the text does not refer to alma many refined vegetable oil and choice beef suet-
no
material for a personal spent considerable for treatmentwith everything.about it is digestible and conducive to health. It is a product
attack him than giving, nor self-sacrifice, pleasing: and KELLIHER of Nature-a Gift from the Sunny South. It will make.
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upon the fact that ph>siciansi, but I received no relief ISSUES ADDRESS. healthful pure, palatable
u f noble these food. and food which can eat and
as deeds anyone enjoy without the
he had come to Florida a penniless are. l until I tried Foley's Honey and after pangs of a disordered stomach.

Ra;r.. boy, without friends or relatives, and The entire chapter is devoted to Tar. Twn small! bottles of this medicine Characterizes Mormon Church Enemyof Every good grocer sells Cottolene. It comes only in sealed white

xplniuing! and extolling it and car- cured me, and now I use it exclusively Organized Labor In Utah. pails with a red label and band. In the center of the label is our
in 26 years of residence had made a Salt Lake, Utah Dec. 30.-In reply trade mark-a. steer's head in cotton plant wreath.
ties it far in uy family. 'I alie: no
I man of himself. He had attended to beyond thA weaning of the substitutes Postoffice I to the utterances of Angus 51. Cannon,, Try Cottolene once and you'll nevermore be a friend to lard.
Dcug Store. USE J;j LESS. Cottolene
being richer
word love. than either lard
: a prominent official; of the Mornuc. or cooking:
his own business! ; whatever of the butter one-third less is required.
Love is sometimes church, who, In the course of an address
selfish Senator fdiaf..rro
respect and esteem of his fellow-we : sometimes made a good impression in the Tabernacle FREE Send.. a 2a stamp" to W POmp and we'U mail you a copy of our book
Sunday stated Home
edited
i sordid, often intolerant but at Manatee His Help by Mrs. Rorer. which contains 300 choice recipes
1
yesterday. e from
he might the country's noted cooks.
possess came to him mainly 1i that the Utah Fuel company wanted

.1- from that fact. He accused Stockton charity never is. i an elegact gentleman, a good polltician to hire several I hundred men to taken Made orfy by THE: N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. Dept S02 Chicuo

"i of accepting rebates while connected \Velove the true, the beautiful, the aud is becoming an adept i the places of striking miners in the

k with Jacksonville '"note and the good. Wt cannot 'mixing with the ordinary people. Intact coal mine of Carbon county and advised .
f a corporation and 'IL ':"""'.::kl
young Mormons who had
love the ugly and the unlovely. Hereis I he is getting to be so social and previous -
paid some attention to the attacks! experience ia mining to accept

make upon him by Governor Jen where charity steps in and swootbsout 'bale l fellow well met that at once he these places, Con Kelfiher national

nings. The senator's speech was the wrinkled places and the is alluded to in this section as a broth organizer of the United Mitte Workers -

dignified and warred spots and covers the wholewith er of "Penny"one of the most popular of America has issued an addressto
strong, awl made him
organized labor In Utah In "which he /
friends and supporters. iU mantle. and affable gentlemen in Tampa. characterizes the Mormon church as Biliousness "

STOCKTON'S REJOIXDKK. Charity considers man's conditionsand Tampa Tribune. aa enemy to organized labor, and Bays; Makes ;

I. environments the temptations "Union men must be aroused to the
Stockton was given time to rep!3 Chronic Invalids.
which beset him on every side andre Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin L. L. D. true situation and defend themselves, '
to the senator. He declared: and appeal to national labor: organization // When the liver ia torpid,and fails to do iu work/
in Waverly Texas writes: |l"0f f'"
constantly getting his a
"Any man who says that I ever accepted pathwayand ': throughout America to assist in the bile enters the blood i*a virulent pouon. Then '

q rebates from railroads well causing! him to tumble and to morning, when first rising I oft en unseating Senator Snout who Is a U/l I come constipation, bJioumeaa, nek headache, fevers V\\
find a troublesome collection of
fall. member of the controlling board of this ( and malaria. The only treatment that give the liver just l
he breaks the ninth u.iu tun I lia church, and who the
would touch and
takes be a dangerous right starts Nature' work IB the right .
Charity notice of his
CALL. weaknesses very hard to dislodge; but a em all foe to labor In congress." ( manner. \I

his limitl.1! o.u ant! his quantity of B Ul.rd'8 Horehound Kelhher has also
Senator Call made one of his char sent a telegramto k' 4
liability to err. Syrup will at once disl>lgc it, and John Mitchell, president of the PMON'SL1VERP1LLS[ )
acieristio
speeches, declaring<< his
candidacy
Love exalts and glorifies-charity the trouble is over. I know of no United Mine Workers, In which he J ANDTONIC PELLETS i
/
: for the senate. He condemnVd medicine that is equal to it, and it i is states that the Mormon church has
t It: condones", forgets and forgives. The pin touches toe hrer and the pellet tone the *'/
the railroads eulogized the country so pleasant to take. I can most cordially openly declared war on organized; labor system.

# kJ people, complimented the women Charity is tolerant of false doctrinesand recommend it to all person la Utah and suggest that In sell- /1

-,1 and children, and asked support oa false creeds and false conduct in needing a medicine for throat or lung defense union labor should de all In 25 dose lor$days cost 25 cents,and nn-

t' weak, erring, sinful human! nature' troubles." Price 25e, 50o, $lbottle, at its: power to prevent the seating ot lees your case is exceedingly bad, yon
the ground that he was tne only candidate Senator Smoot will be well before yon finish them.
as a "rebuke for Its
Let us be thankful that God places Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and Ty Sample free. For tale at r ;,
who stood for the rights thepeople. dings& Co. m interference in this Industrial dispute. all dealer
i charity high above all other virtues.
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f __ Xo other virtue that can be exercised A copper mining company ofJersey XfW Reduction In Price of Oil
; The meeting of the National Ass" FIttsburg. Dec. 30.-The Standard
by human beings is comparable that lost about $150,000 in
iation of Caoetirowers will bl held Oil company made a reduction of a
to it. Arizona, opened the meeting with
in Jacksonville. cents a barrel in the 'price of hign

Let us oa this Christmas! morninglove prayer asking that they be directs grade petroleum today and also made _POST OFFICE DUl'G STORE. OCALA FLA.

our neighbor and towards him for the best. The assets of the company a cut of 2 cants in Inferior grades. '- -

I exercise the virtus of charity. was found to be a roll-top

ECZEMA ------ desk. The members of the companywere ROCKY
ConsumptionSalt Cantaloupe Seed.
The Teachers at Like City. religious people. They evidently FOf

l had a prayer coming.
Lake
City is swarming with
teachers Saved by C. H. MathU, of Young & Matbw, at Rocky Ford, Colo, from

and the association, it is thought Best Liniment an Earth. standard size netted cantaloupes ripened on the vines; also a limited supply of
pork is a famous old- Eden and Blue Gum Watermelon seed saved in the .
Carolina from the first
The World's Greatest will be the moat interesting in its Henry D. Baldwin 6upt. City perfectly
shaped ml'lonsset the
fashioned on vines. No seed taken from the end of the .j
for
history. The opening of the meetingat Water Works, bhullsburg Wis., remedy con- melon. Apply to or address,
writes: "I have tried kinds A. F. YOUNG &; CO. or
Skin Humour. least indicated as much. It is many sumption. "Eat plenty of New York. C. H. MATHIS.'
of liniment but have never received BUckville, 8. C.
estimated that four hundred teachers much benefit until I used Ballard's pork, was the advice to the '"


Affects Every Age and a are very in attendance animated appearance and Lake especially City has Snow pains.Liniment I thiuk for it ,the rheumatism best linimenton and years consumptive ago. 50 and 100 ..........................

earth." 25e oOo and $1 bottle
i
at
around the hotels
and
iii Condition. houses. Ocala is represented boarding by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store and Ty- Salt pork is good if a man : I MILLINERY AND ART! S

dings &Co. m can stomach it. The idea I ,
Cam Mr.
Supt. Workman Mr. Gary,
Miss Stevens, Miss TaylorIiss Carroll' D. Wright labor commissioner behind it is that fat is the J t- .

The Only Sure Cure is is very optimistic as to the food the : .
Walker, some of whom figure prominently Consumptive needs -
future of labor and a fuller realizationfor : FASHIONS LATEST FAVORS. j
on the program. most.Scott'sEmulsionisthemod.
Cuticura. work. Labor organization need
Hon. Frank Clark, one of the most: .
good, sound judgment now more than .
gifted and pleasing orators in the

t tar It there were not another external state made the address of welcomeon anything else. It takes sense to hold ern method of feeding fat to : The Highest in Art and Fine Trade ia to :

a position when once gained. the
'J. slop disease known eczema would be a behalf of the citizens of Lake consumptive. Pork is too be
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sufficient! infliction on mankind. It per- City, aud Dr. Talidferro made the Simple Colds rough for sensitive stomachs. -- BeautifulT .

:;yvades- tially through all classes generations.and descends While impar-some address of welcome on behalf of the Cease to be- simple if at all pro. Scott's Emulsion is the most Designs. No previous effort has ever .. }
I\\longl'd. The
safest
is
": are constantly enveloped in it, others University of Florida, of which he is i way to put refined of fats, especially!
I I them aside at the beginning.allard'lI .
very
; Dave it confined to small patches In thef president. for : compared with this greatest and most :
Horehound Syrup stops a I prepared easy digestion.
eu, on the scalp, on the breast, on the These
speeches
were
-\' palms of the hands, on the limbs, etc.. responded" toby cold and removes the cause: of cold Feeding him fat in this perfect selection ever viewed in Ocala. .
Supt. Owens behalf 2ocoOeaudl -
on of the bottle at AntiMonopoly ----
but everywhere its distinctive feature is .
a small watery blister,which discharges teachers of Columbia county, and Drug Store add T 'din&8 & Co. m way, which is often the only .
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aa acrid fluid causing: heat Inflammation Prof. McBeath on behalf of the There are two naptha launches at way, is half the battle, but = :.-- -- -==_2 :::-"'-:.. ---;.-_

and intense itching, scaling and teachers of the state. All the speeches Silver Springs. One belong to Mr. Scott's Emulsion does more; I MRS L T TOMPKINS I

I .wasting.: The tfcticura treatment? Is at once were interesting and entertaining.Hon. Warren Holtzclaw, formerly clerk at than that. There is something -

'. J agreeable, speedy,economical and corn- Joeiah Yarn, president of the the Ocala House and one to )Ir. about the combinationof OCflLA'S LEADING MILLINER .
fa ;l'i prehensive. Bathe the affected parts
freely with hot water and Cuticura association makes an excellent presiding Farmer, of Orange Springs! The cod liver oil and hypophos- 9 .

and Soap scales to cleanse and the soften surface the thickened of crusts officer on all sides.and is being complimented latter was only placed on the springs phites in Scott's Emulsionthat .........................

hard Wednesday. Both of these launches
Bticle. Dry without rubbing
:and apply Cuticura Ointment to allay One of the first and most pleasing will be kept there all during the season puts new life into the Good 1:

Itching irritation and inflammation, incidents of the weak and has Handsome, SubstantialFURNITURE z
session
was the parts a special
and soothe and heal and, lastly take pre and ought to afford a great deal of

Cuticura Resolvent,or Pills,to cool and sentation of a gavel to him by M[. entertainment to persons who wish to action on the diseased lungs.
cleanse: the blood. This treatment af-
fords Instant relief permits rest and Workman of Ocala, the gift of the take trips over these beautiful waters. A wilt be
sample
iIo .sleep in the severest forms of eczema teachers of this county.
and other Itching, burning and scaly} I II Prof. Yarn's Isaac Story, Ava, Mo., writes Septa sent free upon request.t tI
I annual address
innoure and points to a speedy permanent was 10th, 1900: "I was in bod health, Be sure that this picture in
and economical cure of torturing superb production. had stomach trouble for twelvemonths the form of a label is oa the
disfiguring hnmoui8f edemas, wrapper ot every bottle of
bee: and inflammations,from infancy Among the lady teachers, Miss also dumb chills. Dr. J. W. Emulsion you buy.

age, when all other remedies and the'best Clem Hampton, is a conspicuous Mory prescribed HERBINE, it curedme SCOTT & At Reasonable Prices. :{.

l physicians fall.Sold figure. in two weeks. I cannot recommend BOWNE
BttoImIL !lie. ,
(\.f .36e. of aJ). it too highly! it will do all youclaim t '
.. $ISfeffi .5A CIwfeto. The association will be in sessionfor CHEMISTS.P.
t .Oi...... ; for it." Sold by AntiMonopoly a 409 St., N. Y.
t**. Potter lwu a Ch n>.Cent.botiPlVH"14'tftowl ; .. several days longer. Ocala Furniture Co.
V bt"no.lo dut pmt J Drug- Store- and Tydings-& Co.-m + ,.... soc. and ;$;i".; all--druggists- i.,

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r A. M, E CONFERENCE Fire Tuesday Morning: GRAOr'S TRIBUTE TO COTTON. A chandelier -
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Shortly after four o'cloek Tuesday A mistletoe SCROFULA A DISEASEWE I
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Adjournment Tuesday-Next Place oft morning an alarm of fire was sent in Now that cotton is again assuming i A lover neAr- INHERIT

Meeting High Springs. from the third ward to which the hi* place among staples as "kiug," A maid below
Scrofula manifests itstlf in many ways. Swelling of the glands of the
In honor of the first.Methodist departwent full and all he world is paying obeisance A scuffle dear:""
Conference in
quickly responded neck and throat, Catarrh, weak eyes, white swelling,offensive sores and abscesses ;

held in the United States it force. to him, the tribute to this royal plant A kiss or so- ,skin eruptions, loss of strength and weakness in muscles and joints.

!v 'Was decided in the Central Florida The flames which had gained considerable from the gifted pen of the late HenryW. And that Is Christmas, don't you family It is blood a miserable taint.disease and traceable in almost every instance to some T

Conference, Friday, that hereafter headway before the firemen Grady is apropos: know?-Lppincott's.Most Scrofula is bred in the Scrofula appeared on the head of my
little grandchild when only 18 month.
a this conference shall be known as the arrived wa found to be in the Spencer "%Vhat a royal plant it is! The bone, is transmittedfrom old, and spread rapidly over her body. {
any sort of a crop can be madeto parent to child, The disease next attacked the eyes and
world waits in attendance on its we feared she would lose her sight. Eminent .
f Christmas Conference The bervicesat building, corner of Orange and the seeds are planted in
pay on paper. physicians were consulted, bat
; the conference Friday were drcidetiy North streets. The building was avery growth. The shower that falls whis- infancy and unless the could do nothing to relieve the little innocent.
f I r > It was then that we decided to
I old tringon its leaves is heard aroundthe blood is purged and pu try 5. n. a. That medicine at once mad s
and
interesting, from the fact that butt oue constructed entirelyof Russia i rifled and every atom of a speedy and complete cure. She is now
busmen done wood thus the firemen eart>'. The sun that shines on its young lady, and has never had a sign
little : was: and the day putting on over one hundred million cf dollars. thetaintremotedScrofa the disease to return.

devoted principally to devotional u.ercIsE's. their mettle to have surrounding tempered by the prayers of all pea ula is sure to develop at 150 South 5th Street. MRS. RUTH Salina BERZ1/T, Eaa.,
The frost that chills it and the The Miami banks believein someperiodinyourlife.
buildings. No other however I pit!, certainly
lu the morning Bishop building,
No remedy equals S. S.S.as a cure for Scrofula. Itcleanses and build
.Handy gave brief exposition of the WAS in the leaset harmed by the dew that descends from the stars is the use of printers ink. They are up the blood makes it rich and pure, and under the tonic effects of this

scriptures leading up to the birth of flames. noted, and the trespass of a little the test bank advertisers in Florida.A great Blood Remedy the general health improves, the digestive organs are
strengthened, and there is a gradual but sure return
it's leaf is more to
Christ, after which Ilev. 8. H. Savage The lower floor of the place was worm on green to health. The
funeral was recently held in deposit of tubercular matter in the
preached the Christmas sermon. The used as a warehouse by the Ocala England than the advance of the joints and glands is carried off as soon as the blood y
Chicago and the hearse bore the union
Furniture Russian army on her Asian outposts. e.J it restored to a normal condition and the sores,eruptions .
Company, one room
.sermon was very acceptable to the label. That be iI iIWE
seems: to carrying and other symptoms of Scrofula disappear.t
It ia gold from the instant it puts
brethren of the conference for they I Being filled with costly furniture things to the limit. S. S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable and harmless; an ideal blood

-voted him a scholarship in Wilber I while the other was all old and second forth it's tiny shoot. It's fiber is cur. ------ purifier and tonic that removes all blood taint and builds up weak constitu-

E force University.On hand gooda. Fortunately for the rent in every bank, and when loosing The Salvation Army's annual tions.their caae.Our physicians Book mailed will free.advise without charge, all who write us.about

Sunday morning Bishop Handy owner of the furniture the room filled it's fleeces to the sun it floats a sunny Christmas dinner to the New York THE Win SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. %
; banner that the field of the
with the old odds ends the glorifies
; preached a fine sermon and ordained and was poor was a record breaker this year,

r twenty elders and deacons. one to be burned and the other saved, I humble farmer, that man is marshalled 80,000 meals having been famished r CS! :
..s f
under a flag that will compel the
the only damage to it being from a by the organization.
": I The conference then went into ant ) '
. email quantity of water which leaked allegiance the world, and wring a I I EAT MEAT
f :election of delegates for the next
i Of tea the publication of fact in a
subsidy from every nation on earth.It
the Mr. Smith
through ceilings ,
.general conference which will con [ is the heritage that God to newspaper is displeasing to some _. To grow strong. Unless we get
of the Ocala Furniture gave S-- :
i. In 111. 1904. Rev. manager I ... :
Chicago May
vene : meat well let
good we
u
Company, says his loss is easily covered this people forever II.S their own, when people, but that U the fault of the I ; may
John H. Dickerson grand master of
facts and not the That it alone. There ia no strength
$100 and he considers Dim- He arched our skies, established our newspaper.
Masons of the state of Florida, and by ought always to considered. in tough meat-Instead of giv
mountain, girt us about with the
self fottunate to his
save new I--
" very
the.Rev. B. A. Williams, presiding : tug, it takes strength to digest
i
ocean, l'l o ed the breezes, tempered
goods stored in the north end of the From the carloads of that
.elder.of the Ocala district Revs 8 pecans
It. It to be careful In
F the sunshine and measured the rain.Our's t pays
) .... Gibba and 8. H. Hadley, Rev.J. house. are going out to market this county baying meat-be sure to gets
and children's forever. As
The building belonged to Mr. our will furnish a big part o! the country
\, Quarterman, presiding elder of the
the best-tender and choice.
m' I .Gainesville district were elected. Th. Edwin Spencer, and was not insured.As princely a talent as ever came from with nuts to crack during the winter. i
Pay a.little more If need be and
His hand to mortal stewardship. m
the house the
f following were elected alternates: no one occupied Gonzales (Tex.}Inquirer.
put something in your stomach
: fire wan evidently the work of an in i i
Ravs. J. W. Dukes, It.S. Quarterman, A Christmas Kick. Of course it U understood that one which will put flesh on your

James 8. Coleman and Q. W. Haw:/ cendiary. To the Editor ot the Ocala Banner. ISI I
half blood
of the world does not know how bones and strong in your
Chief Bull asks thank the 1
us to pro
and
The before Christmos
.j kins. day the other half lives; but when it getsto 1 heart.EDWARDS .
of the Montezuma hotel and
The fourth annual session of the prietors Christmas day, including the nights,
the 1s
t point that it don't care then it ",
: Gates House for their thoughtfulnessin Ocala the and fools BROS.
i Central Florida Annual Conferenceof in were by boys
were high\ time for Chris i\\.u* to c
the African Methodist Episcopal ending hot coffees thhe nearly spent in a continuous riotous noisemaking Stall 2 and 4 City Market, Ocala, Fla. ;
make Christmas
b mean more than it
1. frozen firemen whir nol wtre at L
by fireworks that -
Church, closed Its sessions here Tuesday Japanese in a way
f wI with does. 5a'z F r5 r5 5c5 55 u u 5r5'r i5u' 5d5 ,
work. All Lec
had
( by tha reading of the appoint
c 1 ments for the year Those receiving the thermometer phether deripd the extent of our civilization. Right on Real Estate! !> -

appointments will-hold them until freezing point, the as lndepende, iuon the principal( : business streets, on the POTATOES

SEED '
: '. February, 1005, this being a short to appreciate this that Sir Frank sidewalks in the entrance to stores i Real Estate!

.. !Itteh and business and wherever -
; conference year ambassadoruie places, a
a
5
'_ cabled said that, i 11'e bare a fall Mock of
Mite tried to do business the fearful
man
, Monday night the conference ,
,; i t. As the hours & unless Russia the
!' I shock of harrassed him, Your wants in this line for ....
( :Missionary Society held its session years, so are t1 and explosives Spaulding's Improved Rose No.4.

-* K. and was presided over by Mrs. 8. J. years in our hfatfon believes "< -ry- disconcerted him and male him unfitto City or County Property Maine Early Rose. !

j Johnson. Mrs. Mary F. Handy, wife S 'grant Japans just'sliowin attend to his business. Under his Bliss Triumph.
mg, ? v.on 'OstenSack'.ve recall Orange Groves etc.
1. I of Bishop Handy and president of the feet and all aronnd him was the con- canI I
I and .oolnn other lowest market
f consador. has been" : .4 a well as varieties prices. \Vriterfor
" District aiid Mi.e staut shocking noise! of bursting fire- be supplied. Special at-
Eleventh Episcopal
back, each of 4; In unusual mill. thee quotations, stating number of bags wanted. ;

" ,' Missionary Society, made an addrrss different tirnesreaWast3- rind trau works. The people from the country tention given rentaccounts. DUAL POTATO MANURE, 530.bO per ton will make them

in which she gave the women of the 1, serene and who were here for business and pleasure grow. Ask for our booklet entitled "Irish Potatoes" on "Soil
quility of suniijt as an ,iorm and Seed, Planting, Cultivation, Effect of Fertilizers, Digging and
Their horses
advice as to the complained. were
good
; conference some stresses, the folio Con in tHy and happiness Shipping," sent on request. .

rearing of their children and the, and depr>here and misery. I frightened and serious accidents F. W. DITTO '

in to Ihtrefrom narrowly averted. Nervous WILSON & COMPHY
do helping
to TOOMEIf FERTILIZER
work they ought Every life is filleRe ref bi htse changes.Calm :

* lift up the race. Jf rs. Johnson and and storm, bat -JI:! and failure, people bad to leave the territory Real Estate and Insurance Jan 15 JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. Agents.

addreotlt'I. The where this pandemonium reigned and
a' f several others made aunshiue and gland firief and happiness '
'
J amount collected and disbursed by confidencearsad fear succeed disgraced civilization. Now I am not Ocala, Fla. JAS.M.GRAHAM, President. GEO.W.HYDE, Vice Pres -

: I the society during the year and at each other, some ti f s swiftly, sonic alone in my objection to such foolish ,

Conference was $137. llX license to the young and ignorant to The First National BankOF
: times slowly. None of us may expect r
The Easter Diy money collected that the years of our lives will be all destroy the peace and comfort of the 1 FS!.. !FE .:,11 '

and the Endow. people. Some of the merchants who 119i
amounted to gab 97, GAINESVILLE "
alike. It would not be good for us. .
.6S. Church sold fireworks were so disgusted that
to $i9
ment Day money We are beings cf many sided and

extension and Sunday school money emotions, and changes are necessaryto they are willing for an ordinance or Q ty The Only Chartered Bank in Alachua County.

i some police regulatiou to be made Capital . . . .. . . _' ... .. ..... ..:. ... :850,00000
10719. develop us symmetrically and com I stopping the howling hoiror. The Seeds Surplus and Undivided Profits. . .. .. .. *. .. ... 20,()()(. 00
f A resolution was passed petitioning pletely. If it was all joy or sadnesswe r cost more-yieU nore-.' business
Does exclusively a banking with facilities equal to any bank In the
council should do something in all
the general conference to so redistrict city save experimenting- state. Solicts the accounts of Farmers Merchants
woul be warped or deformed, disappointments 48 Corporations,
t' conferences ot Florida so as to this matter for the pleasure and years the Standard Seeds. Etc Interest allowed by special arrangement. All business
stunted or immature as things in the Sold by all dealers 1904 transacted promptly. _
quietude of the town. Seed Annual postpaid free
in strengthand
make them more equal 047 H. E. TAYLORCashi
nature are when they live always in to all applicants.
'. Jxo. G. EEARDON. D. EJ. FERRY & CO.
territory. the dark, as all nature would be if ,

_' The next place of ineetinz will be we never had clear weather or never Don't Worry. Detroit, Mich.UcIYER .

'. High Springs. ff. clouds, wind or rain. This is easier said than done, yet it HUBBARD & MACDUFF H

Resolutions of thanks were tender- may be of some help to consider the ,I and /AOKAlWIlli .

t ed to the presiding officer and the Off for Lake City. matter. If the. cause is something '
over which you have no control it is I .HEADQUARTERS FOR :

secretaries, the pastor of the church Mr. J. H. Workman, principal of obvious that worrying will not help .. r

and the officers and the members: as the Ocala High school, Mr. W. T. the matter in the least. On the

well as the people of Ocala, for their Gary, Miss Walker, Miss Hattie Dye, other hand, if within your control, AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE :. ;

:: hospitality. Also to the press for the you have only to act When you
Miss Margurite Taylor and Miss FUNERAL
of the have a cold and fear an attack of !sencit: LNtll.4s .
space given to the news con. Nellie Stevens members of the
,
pneumonia, buy a bottle of Chamber a I'1 1 e '
X. X. X.r. N. n.
;,. ference. faculty left Tuesday for Lake City to lain's Cough Remedy and use it judiciously DIRECTORS. 41 II", s se r.i r e

attend the convention of the state and all cause for worry as to J -
a Misfit in Ocala. 341IL f esrct'r
r. Is this Picture -- I --
1 the outcome will quickly disappear.
teachers. tiN. a 1 ;
If you want to see a man who is i Mr. Workman the There is no danger of pneumonia Have a full stock of Coffins, Caskets 5\ .r r ::111.'Irw. ,, -so-;.. .
1 one-third brass and the was on programfor when it is used. For sale AntiMonopoly .
one-third gall, by i I 10
and Burial Outfits. Special to
it given E ..
the presentation of a speech last \ r 1'3It .
balance pure nothingness, with a Drug Store. m rial emi cts.Embalming. iI i H-- I '. ..
<, night at which time Mr. Josiah Varn, .
heart about the size of a tobacco seed A Selfish Compliment. t .
formerly of Ocala, the new presidentof to Order =_ .: e.eRt."ular .ast -m. ,,-- < -...
and a soul no bigger thau the little Mr. Roosevelt has kindly complimented -.r--; .
the association was presented the Style Social Hog, Horse anJ Cattle Sty la ;.
end of nothing,just look at the fellow Acting Secretary Loomis for Stays 12 in.or 6 in.apart: Stays is in. or 6 ia.apart

who "don't have time to read" and gavel. delivering an"address in which.n '
Miss Dye will also read a paper be- Made of large, strong high-grade steel wires, heavily galvanized.
therefore "can't afford to subscribe"forthelocal effort was made to prove that the administration Amply provides for expansion and contraction. Is practically ever
fore the association at one of iu sessions -
paper, hut is continually has not gone into the international lasting. Never goes wrong, no matter how greft a strain is put on it. .

"<. trying to get complimentary mention I hold-up business as an t ltd Does not mutilate, but does, efficiently, turn cattle,' horses, hogs

S. of himself or his In the paper, and official side lint.-Birmingham, (Ala.) and pigs- .
Colombia. has been officially advised -
News.
then asking for a "aample copy."- that any interference with the 6 EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEEDby
Echoing what Sam Jones says,

Gainesville (Ter.) Star. Republic of Panama will mean war Hon. Burton Smith, of Georgia, says $4 the manufacturers and by us. Call and see itCan show you howit

r Saved From Terrible Dsith.rbe with the United States. The republican thai Parker will be the democratic will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced.

Vf. family of Mrs. M. L. Bobbltt of administration has been tryingto nominee for president The distinguishing Syracuse Chilled Plows, Black Hawk and Economy Corn Shellers, Yamlstu
tier dying and "start something" for sometime
saw
BargetonTenn., differences between Parker 12 Paints Oils Glass Doors Sash Biinu Etc.
_ were powerless to save her. The past and the effort now bids fair to bea %
and Roosevelt are that Parker is cold,

,' most remedy skillful used, failed physicians, while and consumption every nal.howling success Pensacola Jour clammy, frigid and couldn't ride a Hubbard & Macduff: Ocala, Fla. '

wa slowly but surely taking her horse if he were held on to one, but 1 ;

life. In this terrible hour Dr. King's A Missouri editor, addressing a we doubt if Roosevelt's impulsiveness I

New Discovery for Consumption on his feet and strenuousness in I -
school to
class is
Sunday reported '
The first 'li'W
turned despair Into joy. R.PRrPA1llCHAS
the saddle hate made these WH1TE' CREAM .;
immediate relief, and have said: :"Fame has taken men things .
bottle brought I
Its continued use completely cured from the forge the plow and the car I democratic virtues.A OR MS. VERMIFUCEI >

If her. It's the most certain cure in the penter's bench, but she was never Spaniard has left a clause in bis E. BLVM & COMPANY ___ ___ ___ _ _ __ aostmQ aamr. JIeI&IaQulitJ. -,<
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.'r. world for all throat'and lung troubles. known to reach over a picket fence will bequeathing 10,000 to the Spanish For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies. '
bottles 50o and $1. Trial 517 and 519 W. Bay St
t; 5 Guaranteed and snatch a dude out of a hammock general who .t.rstavengeg Spainon BOLD BT .a.x..x IP.VISTS.II'r : .
: bottles free at Anti-Monopoly Drug I paradbyr.asrf. JAMES F. BALLARD Lou Is... _
&Co.. m ." America. t Jacksonville, fla, ...--__---...... ..,.". ty-----1
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,y -AGE TEN THE OCALA BANNER 13Y

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Married at Orova. --_ X -***- -*)( -Xx-
Shady xXx
I I xxxxXx- -x x- -XXxxx- -xxx
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xxxxxx -xXx-
Women Well Men\ -xXx- -XAXi -
as as xXx-
xXx--
xXxxXx xXxxXx- -xXx- -xXx- -
Corn On xXx -
i Thursday night, Dectrnberthe .z.uo 1: I I

twenty-fourth at 8:30 o'clock, Miss Are Made\, Miserable by I II t -

r must have a sufficient supply ofPotash rkinsanri Mr.JohnG. Guius Kidney Trouble. ?? HIGHEST QUALTY IS OUR MOTTO. i

the shady Grove school hou9-,Bev.

Freer makintr the happy couple Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis- il I

bu ud and wife. courages and lessens ambition;beauty,vigoi xII y MARION ti
in order to develop into a and cheerfulness soon .
crop. t Uii
u After the marriage the guests wentto ,1 ., disappear when the kidneys itf I
No amount of Phosphoric the home of the parents of the are out of order

Acid or Nitrogen can compensate bride, )Ir. and MM. J. Perkins, =: IE-or diseased. XX
Kidney trouble has i
.
for a lack of potash in i : become so prevalent AR I II IIA
and partook of a bounteous wedding HARD
1 fertilizers [for n J[ that U is not uncommon flU
super. W for a child to be born -
\ grain; and all The bride is the oldest\ daughter! of f + "1 afflicted with weak kid- XX

i 3: l other crops]. Mr.and Mrs. Perkins and is a young _r _\p neys.too If the often child if urinates the- I I
I
.. urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child A Ik i
handsome I COMPANY !
lady of *
appearance
We shaU be glad reaches an age IIIhen it should be able to
t' to send free to any elegant manners and winsome dis control the passage, it is yet afflicted with .
f.umerourliltlebookwb bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of If I i I I
# .:b contains value position.The! the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first
? able infornatioa groom is one of Shady's most I step should be towards the treatment of ilii HEADQUARTERS FOR X
about soil culture. these important organs. This unpleasant x
industrious and farmers *x
I prosperous trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
GERMAN KALI WORKS, and is of sterling qualities, having kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as ALL STEEL H I i I
r peg ion-Aalaa..4a'**t.orBead most people suppose. r FlrL" FENCE" IX
**} tt. and Mrs. lR ioon
lived there all his life. Mr. Women as well as men are made miserable Li r10ven X

Coins will be at home to their friends with kidney and bladder trouble, XX ff ,
fr- A SECOND LETTER FROM SENATOR and both need the same great remedy. i I Ifii i t t 3 LAWN FEWCE.S3INCH I: 1 I
after December thirtyfirst.May The mild and the immediate effect ol POULTRY, R&5SZT AMD .

f:, i TALIAFERRO. their pathway be smooth and Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold I I .
by druggists, in fifty- e *
,_ Jacksonville, Fla., Dec 22, 1903. may life bring them much happiness. cent and one dollar t ,. XX IT J Absolute efficiency at least expense -,steer I I I
A FRIE. D. sizes. You may have a ,.. i
3 A fence that w.ll II
yMr. Frank Harris, Ocala, Fla. sample bottle by mail practical Gz'nca I

t 'My Dear sir: Yours of recent date free also pamphlet tell- Home of Ihramp-B 11 nsitiv'Mv turn cattle ;,.,,
A Fine Beef. ing all about it. including many of the XX horses, hags and 3.ttncn r t, l\ %' \ \ / 1 i\
inclosing a clipping from the Gainesville -
Standing at the top in the produc- thousands of testimonial letters received i I T I i iI
from sufferers cured. In Dr. Kilmei A ftnceCINCH t I if'A
Star saying that I denied a corn- writing lt V.xwTrraroyraM
tion of phosphate, naval stores, and & Co.. Binghamton N. Y., Is sure ani I !I is !I I
petitive examination to 'the )( stroii ,
.
young in former days in orange and cotton !mention this parer.I XX x
men of Florida for the Annapolis Xx tuactica'ly everlasting
growing, Marion county is now push. ; I I
I f I
TS'r 'R'r jMSsi
scholarship, came to me at Washing proventhoroughly + 1 MMMC
I
t
1
ing to the front as a Block raising I WWTWt'WwWVWV.: I
ton. I will tell the facts in con HolidayExposures xx rbi- jmfiwiJX.
you nJTrA1'nat AMfi/VT/vA/ A A A A ff
A
county and we already have several I xxii' i; L \ n A A
nection with the case. Two or three C i e n t 11 n r. c'I "
notable !aiovk farms in various sec. I I EU.HVC9 T.UD FtnCE STANDARD SFYU MADE ill SU RElCHiS"
. years ago I was requested: to name a every poss.blscondition
"
tiona of tl'e county. One at McIntosh, I 1 I t
cadet at West Point. I decided to 1 X EVERY ROD OF ELLWODO FENCE IS GUARANTEED. !
one near the Oeklawaba river and X

award it through competitive exam I- three in the vicinity of Ocala.It i i If yo. vast your fencing problems satisfactorily solved, call and see the i I II
nation. }[r. George Couper Gibbs, of
was our good pleasure the other I I ELLWOOD FrZNCE and let us show you for how little money you x'
St. Augustine, stood highest in the X
day to note the br.. ]cring of an ex. Bring on Coughs, Colds, >< XX can get absolute satisfaction.
claaa and I duly nominated him. He X XX i.I
traodrdluHry steer by the Florida I I ,
and other troubles
Grippe -
was examined for admission and 4
Meat Pat'king Ompany, purchasedfrom I !( I ,
found to be physically unfit, on ac- that can only be promptly X We ttty'4ala Agents for
the Palmetto Stock Farm, ?
count of being under weight. His in the bud br using
which is owned !>v Messrs. Munroe & nipped U i iI
friends told that he, not then i
me was
I Chambliss.On I n I f10VES& I III (
up to hU normal weight because of visiting the market Saturdaywe Jx "FAVORITE \ RANGES

over study!! and persuaded me to give saw <>u disp.ay at the stalls of TROPICAL! nff f !
him another ehance. I called attention -
,
Messrs. Edward Broa. perhaps thelargl't' 5er ;
to the fact that Florida would Xx
and fattest native bred beef
have an incomplete representation in PINEAPPLETAR( ( Xx Jor- ;
butchered in ibis
ever county. (
the Academy for some time, but flu-
This heef after being dressed The M rio iuo dware
Ally consented and Mr. Gibba wad re- Company ti
a weighed more than eight hundred
nominated. Af.er some months he pounds and was oiply rolling in T !AND WINE[ t ,

was examined again, hut was again !
i hard, solid fat and hanging side byside I 11 oc. ORIDA. a
decided to be unfit l y the medical
: with a quaver of western meat The Great Florida Reme- ;:>< ) I!
examiners. Last year, or rather last on
I made the Utter look lib's a Florida dy, backed by more thana I I
winter, I was notified that there was .
scrub fresh from the ung million dollars of Flor- ay"xXx- -xxx- --xxx--xx"'d "xx- -xxx--xxx- -xxxXx- -X-rn:
a vacancy from Florida in the Naval. a. xXxxXx- : .tXx- -xXxxXxxXx- -xXx- -xXx- ;
This bet war purchased from the
Academy and was requited: to fill it, ida capital. Look at the .
Easterliug Broth is and was fattenedon -- -e : -- .-. ,. --
the navy department notifying me names of the gentlemen
j velvet beans and the notice its
that, because of many failures of who compose this com .. :
handsome appearance attracted in ,#
principal and alternate, a new plan and if this is nota !
see
the Edwards mark nt*Da, shows the pany
had been adopted to keep a full quota
interest that M ')eing directed in the sufficient guarantee of
l of students at the Academy. The
Improvement of: Florida stock. merit.
', new plan was to name a principal and

; fire alternates for examination before The Texas Farmer Propounds a Per Wm S. Jordan Free, Banker and Capitalist* CABLE COMPANY
Chas. Blum.Vice PJCS,Wholesale Merchant. ,
civil'aervice .
the board of examiners.Several tinent Inquiry.Its J.J. Williams,Vice-Pres.,Commeraol Sales-

young men applied to me for man., ,Treasurer Duval Hotel.
president deposed and run ont of B W Sperry Prop.
Tbos A. DayN. Sec'y and Mgr,Publisher.
appointment. It happened that the the cuvn.ry, and three revolutions inprogrl'ls D. HM 'ttllao. Mce-Pres. Consolidated Naval al

nomination of principal and five in San Domingo, revives the W Stores C. Yeiser Co. ,Pres The Metto Co.

{, alternates embraced all of those who question often asked by the Texas Far- L.B turer.A.E Fraleigh.West, Capitalist Cashier Bask and- Lumber of Madison.T. Manufac. One of the Largest and Most Substantial in the t

had applied that all had a chance .
BO
mer,to-wit: Hae the United States the .C. Smith. Ass't Cashier Bank of Madison.A.
.H.West,Capitalist and Real Estate: Dealer.
and I named
neglected.
none were General Southern Agent N. ': t
political and moral right to permit Geo. T.Hodgson

Mr. George Masou, of Jacksonville, anarchies controlled bj mongrels and D.Y.P.Life Smith Ins,Tax Co.Collector Volusia' Co. United States I
'- H.H. McCreary Editor Daily Gainesville Sun.
principal and five alternates.
as ,
.General St.
savages to interfere by constant revolutions D. E.Thompson Manager Augustine '
: Mr. Mason examined before the Daily Record. t
was l with the commerce of the Wm.J. Bryan.County Solicitor, Duval Co. ,C ._ : .. ._ ", "
:: :
Wm. A Evans. :' : :: ; : : < : : ::;
< civil service board and found to be fit I .
world? Why'would it not be wise ,.,
mentally and physically. Subsequently P
for democracy to declare against fur- Try a bottle and if not
he successfully stood the This Company Manufactures
ther expansion even on the western write the
formal examination for admission at pleased com ... .
for the of all "
hemisphere; protection
Annapolis and was admitted. He is pany or any one of the "r1. j t.
defacto governments on this hemisphere and S 11 Direct the \ ,
and e -
a young: man of good character, I am above gentlemen. get i-4
; and against the protection of
told, ambitious and very desirous of back. Hade i
debts by armed force? Otherwise, your money

improving his standing. I hear good the republican party wilt continue to only by Trop. Mfg. Co.. :,
from him, and I think he will a
reports i
emphasize conditions that will makea and sold by all druggists.reteastcttal I -
be no discredit to Florida.

With kind regards,. strong:: centralized government a Conover Cable & .t ;
iieje'-.ity, and hence minimize state V Kiijgsbury
Sincerely yours, ----...,.. -- !
sovereignty.-Texas Farmer. - .
m E.BIGGS.1.
JAS. P.
TALIAFERRO.
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i The bonfire and fire works display ATTORNEY-AT.LAW. I

The Florida Christian Advocatt. projected by Mr. Maurice Robinsonfor (Office in Gary.Agnew Block.) I Schubert ;
FIORIDA Wellington
OCALA t a _
The readers and exchanges of the Christmas night was quite success :

Florida Christian Advocate will take ful. It attracted a number of grown n D. FCLLER..:_ ,,'

notice that said paper has been moved people as well as the children. Sev- DENTIST.Over ,3!i
Munroe&Chambliss Bank Ocala.Fla.
to Tallahassee and nil remittancesand eral barrels of turpentine
chips, emptybogsheads
business com l1ncatious shouldbe dry goods boxes tte. M. THO)IPSO _
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addressed to Rev. J. B. Ley, uiy made a big illumination. The fireballs PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.: PIANOS !
Office over Tea-pot Grocery,OPP.Montezuma.
successor in the editorial chair. aIn and the fire works-roman OCALA, FLA.EDWIN .

reply to many letters of inquiry candles, sky rockets,cannon crackers !

i,"';; I will :state that the Hill Printing etc., caused much fun and rnerri SPENCER. "!
l a ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, ... --,t ':" : ---'-_ !I$:':;
has closed doors and
did
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FLORIDA.
not print the Advocate after the last lead to a larger and more elaborate OCALA. 7-8-y -

week in November, hence the sub display next year. J 1!;. CHASE,_ Fifty Pianos on floor to select from at all times, j

scribers have lost one month, but the DENTIST

new publisher will get out the paperon 1 Miss Rowena Griffin leaves today OCALA, Fl.!.

the 6ih of January, mailing it for her home on important business CARLOS L. SISTRUlvK.ATTOI8EY.AT.LAW.. send us your order we pay all expenses and

promptly every Wednesday. Miss Griftin ranks as one of the lead- .

L. W. MOORE. educators of Georgia. She has
ling Room 4. Masonic. : Building. Ocala.Pla. 5 tS t

Wanted. spent the past two months in Ocala guarantee satisfaction

a Fifty men to work at mill and on with Maj. and Mrs. T. D. Lancaster.

; farm. She is a sister of :Mrs. Lancaster and DR. E. T. ALLEN, MD.

Also a good sawyeJ who can run a has many friend? here. and Ear
Veneer machine. Apply to Eye SpecialistIn Manager
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J1.13-60d. J. B. M ALLOY, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Gamsby and Ocala EveryTHURSDAY ] JORDAN, pa Branch. ;
Anthony, FlaJWASTED
son, Cameron, arrived in Ocala
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Christmas from Tallassee Ala. :
To eve I
buy velvet beans
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MONTEZUMA HOTEL.

,'I peanuts and country oats. Ocala Mrs. Gamsby and eon will remainin 1113 Franklin St ; ; Tampa, Floridai

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,, PROMINENT MEN-ARE I WAR CLOUDS, LOWER I IMPRESS CER!MONY.Rlv. I RAILROAD'EMPLOYES I !J''Jerry'I Burnett, Martel Public, Fla Hotice...Nov. 18, 1M.


Francis Bourne Enthroned. To all to whom It

VICTIMS OF FLAMES BUT MAY DISPERSE Archbishop of Westminster. FIBIST WITH TRAMPS Merchant Having been notified may concern that the: psb

Loedon. Dec. 30.-The most Rev. lie bridge across Withlacoocbe*

Francis Bourne, Roman Cainolic area- River at Dunuelion Fla., is in a dan


Club House at Troy, N. Y: Is Status of Affairs Between biahop the of new Westminster cathedral ,ot was Westminster enthronedin Fiercely Fought Battle Has Tailoring.t erous commissioners condition and of whereas Marion and theounty

0 counties have contracted with
Martially Destroyed. Russia and Japan.MORE today with the impressive ceremony Occurred In Louisiana. Ocala, he Converse Bridge Company of

A LIST OF THE CASUALTIES. incidental to such occasions. The Finest Chattanooga, Tenn., to erect a good

HOPEFUL VIEW IS TAKEN. rest building was filled. to its capacity ATTEMPT TO HOLD UP TRAIN. Imported and and substantial bridge across paid

-- by ecclesiastical and laymen memtars Domestic Cloths. river in lieu of the aforesaid bridge

Although the Doomed .Men Were Seenat In Many Diplomatic Circles It Is Not of the Roman Catholic church Gang of Tramps Attack Train and and whereas said Bridge Company
has notified
Window, So Dense Was Smoke the robes of the officiating clergy and Drive Crew Cutting a SpecialtyFits me that they are doin<
Thought Far Eastern War Imminent Away-Proceeded to all that is in their power to have the

and Rapid Fire's Progress, Effortsat the varied garbs of the numerous religious Loot Cars, but Finally Were Repulsed Guaranteed. plans and specifications approved by
L -Believed Russia Will Grant orders the
Rescue forming a conspicuous proper government officials and

Unavailing. Japan's Request. contrast with the brick walls and bare and Put to Flight BRANCH'S that they have reasons to believe that

'Wop. New Y. Dec. JO.-Moses T. looking, unfinished edifice. they will have said bridge completed-\ -.
Oouga tAe :St.: Petersuurg. Dec. 31. The foreign Chicago, Dec. 31-A despatch to the by January, 1904. .'
nester RD.1a18e"
of tfie The
oa'jiedral of Westminster, consecrated
dispatches received Here yesterday iter-Ocean for New Orleans says: Genuine RattlesnakeWatermelon This: is to notify all to whom it may
count) bar and the laat aurmor
Ovae
today is the first Roman concern that said
bridge first abovt
afternoon may be reflected today in a fiercely fought battle between
class of 1848. of DartiuouUi colEie !- Catholic cathedral that baa stood in mentioned is condemned betas
aot
in more pessimistic editorials.Th railroad employes and negroes, following Seed.
; Wiltkm: Stow. bead ol: the law the metropolitan see of England since unsafe and dangerous and that the
Novoe Vremya begins its leader an attempt to hold up a freight
arm of Shaw, Bailey and Murphy, and the reformation. The building was Only Pure Strain in the United uourtv commissioner aforesaid will

Benjamin W. Klanej, manager of theUer.Warren wtth: begun only eight years ago, though itwa.a uab on the Southern Pacific railroad States cot 1-9 responsible for any damages to >..

i\ company, oi Boston, 'There la no war today; tomorrow two of the trainmen have been fatally Carefully selected. Kept pure 35 yean. No person or property of any person or
projected by Cardinal Wiseman other
then may be war" wounded. The train was attacked Pure variety grown on plantation ol 1300 acres, persons who may use said bridge in
ila&s., lost their lives in a fire wfUcn (who died In 1863), and was planned seed impossible where differeot varieties I its dilapidated and dangerous condi
The rather directs by a of Morgan are grown.
paper fatalistically I gang negro tramps, near -
partially destroyed the Troy Club building by his* successor, Cardinal Manning.The tion. The Messrs Camp. of DunneUi
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attention fact that city, and captured after the I oz., isc; 2 02., 25 tf Ib,
at an early hour: tod&,. to the war extreme: length off the new crew ; 4OC; M lb. 65; I Ib. Ji.is; Ion, agreed to place a flat at Bald

Although tha doomed men were marked the opening of the 17th, IStn cathedral outside is 360 feet width bad been driven off. A body of rail ia Ibs,f Delivered. bridge in case it became unsafe be*

and 19th>> centuries. ; road employes gathered by the conductor Send for Seed Annual. "Manual on Melon fore the new bridge was completed. -
Men at the window, notttag could be 15B feet; height of nave 117 feet and Culture." ioc. Remit by registered letter or
The' Novae Vremeya, nevertheless of the freight train opened* fire money order. H. W. LONG.
dona to sa.u them, so d&n. was the 'I covers on acre of about 54,000} square Chair. Bd. Co Com. Marion Co. Fla
still professes faith in upon the who wefe looting
negroes
a peaceful set ,
M.
cmoke and I.
so rapid the progrea* ot feet BRANCH, Attest:-8. T. SISTBCHK,
tlement. the cars. After an exchange of shots,
\he flames. The general view of the inner walls Columbia Co. Berzelii GJ 1121 Clerk.
"We believe Japan will not place during which brakemen B. S. Cooper !
Edward OarpaaUer, of R.w Yorfc. is still one of bare rough brick. -
Russia in a position where to yield and F. C. Watcher were shot, the
was taken ron an upper wiaiow by The scheme is to cover the whole NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
would appear to be a renunciation tramps were driven off. NOTICE.An .
the fireman and re-mored to a hoapltaJ. of the lower walls and the piers to the
of the defense of her vital interests Several of them were captured later
where he la recovering from the elects height of about 40 feet with marble. Department of the Interior, Land Office at
in the Far East. Russia does not and brought to Frankllu. Gainesville, Fla., December Dominance Providing for Gates,
of 8tDDke ti,
Inhaled. He was in All the upper part and the vaults and 1903.
desire but in will Ousrda or Other Devices to be placed
war nobody Russia
town preparing for hi* marriage wltna ; domes will be decorated with mosaic NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE Adjacent to the Railroad Track.
permit the Japanese or other friendsto CUT IN ORCHESTRA SEATS. [ named settler has filed notice of
young society woman fit the city. work Illustrating the history of the his intention to make commutation proof in CrossiDR North Magnolia Street

ti Hid escape from death was regarded execute a diplomatic dance upon church. be support made of his claim, and that said proof will and to Prescribe Duties and PentU
Russia's peaceful disposition.' In Excitement Caused Among Broadway before Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala, ties in Relation
Thereto.
as one of the remarkable features at firmS The! total! subscription before the CIa., on

tha fire: consciousness of her power, layinj of the foundation stone naa Theatrical Managers. Jamutra jotM 1904, IT ORDAINED BY THB CITY COCN- S
will await events." .New York, Dec. 31-orchestra seats viz: John M. Munroe B
All the > Heidtville. Fla. He!. al of the City of Ocala;
persona klllei were occupying over $250,000. Since then there have 31 669. for the south-west
previously costing $2 will be reduced quarter of north-east; Section i. It shall be the duty of the railroad
rooms on the upper floor of the been many large individual benefaction quarter section 32 township It south range 18. company owning and using the tracks crossing S
next Monday $1.50
HOPEFUL VIEW TAKEN. to by the managemerit
club building, -which ii four stories ?, and the total expenditure on the east.He names the fallowing witnesses North Magnolia street 14 the city of Ocala.
of the Manhattan theater. his continuous to prove i Florida within thirty days after the passage of
In height and it was this the entire edifice the residence upon and cultivation ordinance to erect .
part up to end of Octo of said land, viz this construct. equip an.
Believed Tne cut has caused : J. A. Manuel of
Russia Will Grant much excite Dunnellon
Japan's I maintain on each side of said track at the
flame attacked first ber was over a million dollars. FlaE. M. Turner. Dunnellon, Fla.
; S. M. said above mentioned
gates, .
ment crossing guard
I Request-Eastern Situation. among Broadway theatrical managers Nibiack of DuLnelloo, Fla.
The victims had retired about 10.. Tr-e-cathedral starts clear of debt. Dunnellon. ; D. S, Folks of or other devices of a similar character that will
Berlin, Dec. 31.-The foreign office who have clung for several I 12 Fla protect and make the said crossing safe for the
.'clock and were sleeping soundly.nen 25 W. G. ROBINSOX Register.
continues to ensure enquirers that the years to the higher 'price for choice passage ot pedestrians and vehicles along thesaid
the alarm was given by the em HEIRESS DISAPPEARS. ill eet crossing the said railrcad tracks. S
German government does not believe seats. Just what effect it will have And in the event ol failure of the said railroad
>>Io)ea. NOTICE comnany using and owning the *44 track t"
war will issue from the Japanese-Rus is problematical but several conferences

and maintain aid
An effort was made at once to reach L Believed Miss Rovelle, of Meridian, erect. equip guards, gate
sian controversy. This la also the have been held at which the situation or other device as provided herein, within toe'
the sleeping apartments, but tho prog Miss., Was Kidnaped. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT time specified, and for each day thereafter the
THE
teas ot the fire had ban eo rapid that E vJew of the press. whether derived Al&ridlan. Miss., Dec. JL The polict was thoroughly discussed 1.1 endersigued, as executors and executrix agent survent or employe of laid company
from official sources or as Independent In announcing the cut the proprietor respectively,of lIre estate of John f. Dunn, de using or having charge of said track shall be
tie help at hand could not make their department and relatives have as yet ceased, will on upon conviction thereof. punished by a fine of
opinion. of the Manhattan who is also the not exceeding twenty five dollars or
at imprisonment -
way to the top floor. been unable to find any traces of Mitts Saturday, the id day c/ July, A. D. tyA not exceeding thirty days.

The fire ia thought to have been It does not appear that Sir Frank flbel Rovelle, the young heiress, to a bad of the independent syndicate, apply to the county judge of Marion county, Section 2. It shall be the duty of the said rail

,0. Lascelles, the British ambassador fortune says he is satisfied that the public, Flonda at Ocala. Fla. for the purpose of make road company to properly close open and care
caused by a lighted cigarette being valued at six or eight millions Ing final settlement their accounts and for for the said gates. guards or device la order
thrown here, as previously cabled, said that and it is now the belief that the: rich and poor, believe $1.50 is enough final discharge. that the safety of the traveling public mayor
among some coaibustlble ma and H. G, DCNN. insured against accident in crossing said trackj
war is not unJskely! unless Russia that several other managers whom
terial. The club house was built young woman has been abducted and W, A. HOCKER at the point mentioned herein and it is further
yields. is being held against her will. he has consulted, are of the same Executors. the duty of the agent in charge of said railroad
f 10 or 12 years ago at acotofhali The ALICE E. LAW. tracks to see that said gates are not closed at
Japanese legation believes and j Miss R.velle been since I opinion but have hesitated at taking;
million dollars. The loss: by fire has missing 12-25 Executrix. anytime, except during the passage of any
II will reach hopes Russia will grant Japan's Just hat week, when she left the home of individual! action. despite the great tram cars or engine.and then for a period ol S
55000. not longer than five minutes during the
passage
Mr. requests. Baron von'Osten-Sacken, her aunt in West End, presumably to falling off in patronage during the NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. of any train car. or engine over the said track/

dough was 89 year of age, and the Russian ambassador, has been accepting comfe to town to do some shopping.Her present season. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN "HAT UN-. except the regular passenger train on the
main line and said ill
Mr. Sbaw was nearly 70. Both resided bv virtue of a final decree of for- entering leaving station
invitations in unusual rum- home is in Birmingham, but she closure, entered on the loth day of October which event said gates may be closed for a
at the club at which A.
Mr. Kinney D. period of not exceeding minute*at one
bers appearing at breakfasts, receptions was spending the winter with her American Economists' Association.New 1903. by the Hon. W. S. Bullock judjre ot any
the time. Any watchman agent,senraat or C1I1.
and Mr. circuit
Oarpentler were guests. court for the fifth judicial
dinners and ball, serene and confident a.unt, Mrs. J. Huskey. of this city. Orleans, Dec 31. The second Florida. sitting: in chancery for Marion circuit of ploye of said railroad company having thesaid
Tne police report that while the fire in a certain county gates.guards or other devices ia charge who
always taking it as an Impos Th& conditions of the will by which day's session of the American Econo'sts' wherein cause then pending in said court shall violate this section of this ordinance shall
at its Hattie O.Allen and
'WaS worst a man was Ceo K. Allen
discovers ility that tile situation i in the Far j her benefactress, an aunt, Alps. Minerva i association was held in Tulane husband and Ella O. Browne were co.nplam-her be punished.upon conviction in the mayors
jpi trying,to set fire to the building at anU. and Marie Louise court.by a fine of not exceeding ten dollars or
East is even Others of the Bentord of Col her university. President Seligman Goldbeck Alfred C.
"" grave. Denver. left pre Uoldbeck, her husband. Adelaide V imprisoned not exceeding ten days,in the discretion -
1 tha corner of Broadway and Fifth avenue Morgan,
diplomatic corps seem to be without an estate worth f 8,000.000 are that sided. The proceedings opened with James W. Morgan as heirs at law of William 11 r. of the ceurt. .
occupied as a newsstand. The Morgan, deceased, were defendants the Approved November 5.1903.UTOSt ,l -
news and express general ideas, the she marry within a year after the the reading of a paper by Professor signed special master in chancery will, on under M. FliHEt. W la>or.
sun escaped. It Is not bettered however
,
only sate one being that "hostilities death of the aunt of her own free will A. Fatter, of Cornell University on MOlltlall'ebrMarllsI,jy 4, r'J

' that the clubhouse fire wu or are quite unlikely," and that eacn and choice if she wants (Ito, but if not, the relations between rent and Interest between 11:00a. m. and 2:00p.m.offer and ex NOTICE
incendiary origin. rose for sale and will then and
. .: fcide is testing its adversary to the he is to marry a man selected by the Professor Thomas N. Carver, ot highest and best bidder for cash there in sell hand.to the In _ _

-- breaking point. deceased aunt and named / the will. Harvard university; Professor John H. front of the court house door in Ocala. Mario Notice Application for Tax.Deed Under Sec
: COPS CLOSE POLICY SHOPS. county Florida all the right. title and
Everywhere there is anxiny f.- authoritative Those considerations have led the relatives Hollander, of Johns Hopkins, and C. estate of the said defendants, May, interest Louise Gold- tion 8,of Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida.

J of W. McFarlane beck and Alfred C. Goldbeck. her husband 1ljOTICE IS HEREBY!: GIVEN THAT FRED
the fear
news that shall bring the young woman. to participated In the discussion Adelaide
: Detectives V.
and Lookouts Run Close Morgan and James W. Morgan as Webber. purchaser of Tax: Certificate No.
; Race In Savannah. period of suspense to an end. that she has been kidnaped and for of Professor Fetter's subject heirs at law of Wm. H. Morgan, deceased of dated the 3rd day of Apnl A. D. Jig,

t The mobilization of the that reason: her disappearance was reSorted in and to the following described lands situate, has filed said certificate in my otfice and baa
Bamnah. Ga.. Dec. 31.-(Raids were Japanese lying and being in the said county and state: made application for tax deed to issue in ac.
- : made by the police upon four of the navy is at least part illy attributable. at once to the police. They Farmer Charged With Murder. lG-Wit: S cordance with law. Said certificate embrace |

policy lottery joints in Savannah. according to a Vladivostock dlspatca have been unable to locate her and 'Marshalltown. Iowa, Dec. 31-Grant southwest Commencing corner at a of point the 6.39 northwest chains east quarter of the of the Marion following county.described Florida. to-wit property: situated la

"Many operators and patrons were to the Cologne Gazette, to open acts of have no clew even to the time of her Drury,, a well known farmer of West the IS. south southwest quarter, of section 15 township' South half of northeast quarter of southwest
range 22 cast thence north'
running
section
I quarter of northeast quarter n town
caught in the places and they and hostility on the part of Coreans toward .caving the city. for it is not believed LJscomb: thia county, was arrested 15.65 chains thence east 6.39 chains thence south ship 14. range n.

Japanese probably necessitating the could remain here and be con today charged with murder. Mrs. 15.65chains, thence west 6.39 chains to the point The said land being assessed at the date of
> the paraphernalia were carted to the cealed. of beginning containing by estimation U nacres the issuance of such certificate in the name of
1- police station. active measures of defense-or Japanese Drury was supposed to have committed -' more or less. Feand L. Patterson. Unless said certificates
j Also beginning at the northeast corner of the shall be redeemed according to law tax
j j I The police would hare raided more Interests in Southern Corea. suicide Dec. 6, and an investigation Alvarez grant in township 15. south range 22. deed will issue thereon on the 5th day of Janizary '

The Cologne Gazette considers MAINTAIN NEUTRAL ATTITUDE. is in progress. east,and running thence south with a ma g. A 0.1904. S
:: .f dens had that
; '\' the it not been for the netic variation of j degrees 9 minutes. east. Witness my official signature and seal this the
vigilance of the lookouts. These have this dispatch: is an admission that Japan 23.69 chains thence west with a magnetic variation roth day November, A. D. 1903.S. .

t. been'shadowing the movements of the has a good claim to defend her Missionaries Take No Part In Mace Greatest Crime of the Century. thence of 2 north degrees 23.69 35 chains minutes thence north.east 8 45 845 chains chains. 124 Clerk Ci-cuit Court. T.Manon MSTRCNK.Co.Fla.

detectives. When the latter move in interests in Southern Corea by force donia-Bulgarian Agitation. New York Dec. 30.-In an address of to the land point more of or beginning less. containing 20 acres

the direction of the policy games, the of arms and controverts the rumors Boston. Dec. 31.-The ninety hird before the church club of toe dioceseof Said land being sold to satisfy said decree and NOTICE. S

lookouts, mounted on wheels, start to the effect that Russia would regard annual report of the American boardof Long Island Professor (J. T. Ladd. 'KBibM.COStS. ALLIED CARLOS Special Master L. SISTRUNK In Chances. 7. 5 .

As the detectives reached some ot the landing of &ny considerable commissioners for foreign missions of Yale has declared that ,. "the I-I Collator for Complainant.

the places where they had been tipped Japanese force in Southern Corea as a which was made public today' says the greatest curse of this country is the In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit
of Florida, ia and for Marion CouDly.
casus belli. 1l'j! ionariea in European Turkey have terrible greed for gold." The trade NOTICE.In .
off that policy
was running, they met In Chancery.
The concludes maintained a neutral attitude, not taking classes he declared, are so tightly
tha lookouts hot and paper : .
perspiring, returning Martha J. Osborne. Pitintiff, ... John W. 0.
, on their wheela after !having "The attitude of Russia: on this question part in the present political fgitafons drawn at the present time that a breaK the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit borne.Defendant-Divorce.

either in Macedonia is bound to come soon. '''!'he worst of Florida in and for Marion county, in
given their warnings. may, therefore, be regarded asa or Bulga Chancery, TT IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANT
further concession on her part" ria. Misting troubles in the United States J. herein named. John W. Osborne. be and his
Aso a general scattering of operators American FhiMphate Company, complainant I i hereby required to appear to the bill of com
I and devotees of the game was Tto past year at Salonica in Macedonia and England, asserted the professor, vs. Thomas Falfrecman et al, defendants.TT plaint in said cause on or before Monday,

noted. WRECKED ON CORAL REEF. has been the most trying periodin "are self-indulgence and high living IS ORDERED THAT THE DEFENDANTS The 4th day o/Jamurrj, A. D. 1904.

the history of that station. The which will eventually bring ruin to X herein named, Thomas Palfreeman. Sophie It is further ordered that a copy of this orderbe
-, G. Parker. Asa W. Parker Jr., Gordon Parker published once a week for eight consecutive
SHOT BASEBALL PLAYER. American Schooner Bingham, From success of the missionary work was any' powerful nation." and Mabel G. Parker b: and they are hereby weeksin the Ocala Weekly Banner.
required to appear to the bill 01 complaint iu Done this itlh day of October A.D 1903.
Pensacola largely prevented by the lawlessnessand
Beat to Pieces. the
[ above entitled cause on or before Monday (Seal) SISTECNK.

S Dennis -Killed-In Saloon Rovf ensacola Fla., Dec. 30.-The Norwegian anarchy prevailing throughout the UNION PACIFIC MAYGET EGA.N. t the Ork Circuit Court.
Leahy region. tst day of February A.D. 7904. By H C. Sislrunk, D. C
1 at Knoxville. steamer Hydria, from Belise, It isfurtker ordered that a copy 01 this order Edwin Spencer, Complainants Sol'r. 10-30 S
brought to port the captain and five The total contributions the Former President be -
Knoxville Tenn. Dec. 31 Dennis I to of Central of Georgia published once a week for lour consecutive '.
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members of the crew of the American American board for the pear were May Go West. week? ia the Ocala Banner. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR FINAL
Done this December A. D. .
.Leahy for several years a player on 15 iqo.S.
schooner Richard A. Bingham, of Pen 719152. Savannah, Ga., Dec. 3U-It is reported T. SISTRtINK. SETTLEMENT AND FINAL DISCHARGE.
"Virginia League baseball teams, and.baa sarola. here that former Clerk Circuit Court.
President
;- in Louisville John By H. C. SistkCNK, D. C.
away played and The latter vessel on Dec. 18 at midnight Purchased Music Hall. M. Egan. of the Central of Georgia IL L.ANDEESOX. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Cincinnati, was shot and killed this Complainant's Solicitor. 12 18 executor ol the last will and
went on the coral reefs 20 miles I Louisville. Dec. 31.-a"he J. 0. ITop. railway, will become identified with testament of JOHN A.COLE. deceased, will oath

: morning by Frank Ragan, in a sakxm from Beiise and was a total wreck. lina Theater Building company, head. Ills Union Pacific.in a8lh day of February A.D. 1904.
NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.
S :; row. Ragan was immediately arrested. The crew launched one of the lifeboats ed by J. D. Hopkins, the St. Louis Just what capacity he will be con make cnal* settlement of his accounts and applyfor
I fin "lischarge. Such final settlement a adapphcai
., .. and this was also crushed. They theatrical manager, has purchased the nected with the Union Pacific is not tt to be made to the county Judge of
Killed Mobile Policeman. afterwards succeeded in Music Hall known. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TJX- Marion cc sty,at Ocala. Florida.
launching the in this city and will convert by virtue uf a final decree tenI .
8 28 6m J. M. L1DDF.LL.D.
". Mobile, Ala., Dec. 31.-(Policeman other boat and after spending a terrible it into a vaudeville theater. Hap- Al r. Egan is now in New York, whereit dered Honorable on the 3oth day of December. 1903. by the A. MILLEk.
W. S. Bullock judge of the circuit
Charles Haggerty was shot and instantly
night! upon the water, tossed about kins' theater in the old Masonic Temple IS said he will consult with E. N. court ofthe fifth judicial circuit of Florida Marion -

S. killed early today by an unjrnown Dy the waves, reachel Belise, from was recently destroyed by fire, and Harriman relative to a place on the therein county.lately in pending chancery wherein in a certain Edwin case C. SEALED BIDS. : -

white man whom he had underjrrest which place they were brought here. since then the proprietor and his as- Union Pacific. Smith was complainant and Aggie Golding et

The murderer escaped, and L LS al. were defendants the undersigned as .
The schooner had a cargo of mahogany aociates have been looking for a" new special master, appointed under said final decree NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE'
has not been captured. The killing from Belise to Pensacola. Louisville theater. The Boatman Went Over Falls. to execute the same will of County Commissioners that oa
new theater
the of A. D. ,
Monday. 4th day January.
;_ f.. occurred in the heart of the city with will be opened in the fall of 1904, .Magara Falls, N. Y., Dec. 31.-A on HonJay, f/lnllt dar of February. A. D. 1904 sealed bids for suitable persons to be overseer 1901

S in. a block of the police station and I between the Lours of n a. m. and 2 o'clock and repair and work for cue year the public
EDUCATORS MEET IN ATLANTA.. and unlike Its predecessor, will be acontinuous" boat'containing a man has been seen p. m.at the court house doors in the city of roads and bridges of this county,will be received -
waa -witnessed by one man. who can house. passing down the river and over the Ocala offer for sale and will sell to the highest by the board as follows:
and best bidder for cash the mortgaged premises District No. L-One overseer.
I give only a vague description of the Many Matters of Moment To Be Dis- Horse Shoe falls. The identity of described in said final decree and orderedto District No. *.-One overseer Flemington

Iayer.L cussd Three Days' Session. the ill-fated boatman is not known. be sold to-wit: The southwest quarter ofsection Dtst.one overseer Blitchton.Martel and Cotto
I Anxious to Shoulder Guns. nineteen, in township sixteen south. election districts and one for HudUvillc,
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Atlanta, Dec. 30.-Prominent educators L New York Dec. 31-The range twenty east. or so much thereof u may Romeo and Dunnellon election districts
I SMALLPOX SCOURGE. Japanese Kishineff be necessary to satisfy said decree and costs.I District No.3.-Two overseers. -,
Quiet. .
Reported .. .
representing every state of the consulate: here is overwhelmed with i JOS. H. BELL, Special Master. District No.4.-North of Ft. Gate road one
south. met in annual session of the st. Petersburg, Dec. SI.-It is officially overseer;south of Ft. Gates road one overseer.
.Situation at Gordon, Ga. Assumes Critical offers of volunteers for service in the STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.The District No. 5.West of A C. L. R.. R... one
i Southern Educational association in Japanese army in anticipation of announced In view of the reports overseer east ot 4. C.I.,. R.K.,one overseer.
Aspect. this city this warS The Board reserves the right to reject any and
evening for a three days' current abroad of renewed hostilities
It Gordon, Ga... Dec. 31.-Tbe smallpox with Russia, cables the Times (! annuel meeting of the stockholders of all bids. S S

situation here is asuming a critical I session. pondent at Sydney. N. S. W. The upon the Jews that Kisbineft the Ocala Foundry and Machine Works will be Bend will be faithful required with approved of the secuti.ties ..

AspeeL ., Plans will be discussed at this meetIng consul has Informed the applicants: was never quieter than at tht held at the office of the company. in the city of for duty.the The Board performance will also receive bids over.seer'1 totairy '
Ocala Florida on Wednesday,the I3th of
for the brancheSot Jan. of for one year from ,
bettering of all : time. services ferrymen January
that it present at n o'clock
is 1904 m
As yet no steps have been taken- imposaiblt to accept foreign uary 1904, at White'l ferry. Sharpel ferry, Graham-
education N. W.
. ) fjearantlne the town, though the post- throughout the south I. ers for enlistment. Two Murders In -Alabama. GEO. W. MARTIS.\ HARRISON.President.Secretary. yule ferry. Eureka ferry and Stokes ferrr.; and
, and to devise methods of the ImprovE other free ferries in the county. Said bid
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p ecice is practically closed on accountOf Montgomery, Ala., Dec. 31.-('News 1-1 A to be delivered to the clerk of the circuit court
men of the public schools. S on or before Monday, the 4tb day of January,
the mail clerks on the train refusing In reached ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS'
Explosion Opera House. the city of two murders. Will MLETING.The A. D. 1904. S.T.8ISTRCNK. -
The delegates
to exchange mails with the post were welcomed by Burlington, Iowa, Dec 31.-It is reported Wright Is charged with murdering Annie II 28 Clerk Circuit Court.

ma ter. The postmaster and several Governor Terrell and Mayor Howell. here that the gas plant in the Yancey at'Sprague Junction and annual meeting of the stockholders of ....

' Jnjenibers:: of his family are down witn"fte The feature of the evening program opera house at Lone Tree, Iowa, has young Jones and Elizabeth Jones are I tie Pearson Oil and Gas Company will be heldat Study at t Homer y f i -.
the office of the .
was the annual address of President company in Ocala. Florida, *4 ctti a. 5Lassn
smallpox. el..1odOOreeking the building and a L charged with ,murdering Warren Jones January II.1904. for the purpose ot electing officers auc-, inS ,.. -

Dp to this time only ten cases hare Francis Venable, president of the University boarding hoo.se adjoining. So far iI i about 14 miles from Montgomery. AU I such business for the ensuing as may year regularly and the come dispatch before it.of eua Ierc_k.e wIth...enpnese die Tablet to Home leans Study&oa5g.Ltocaijpy A'iHtnaCcjAi.G.o.airy.Ga.ss seed*- S
of North Carolina. ,k5ct.,4c LiwaiuN. a--
: \ developed. knOT no oze was killed. I three: were put in jail here. HERBERT A. FORD Pres. J I[ pt.yi.ks.l.ah..tc.( eacllcn :IeGIDPUS" a'''
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Obstruction Had Dropped on I.:I 1904
Track From Mountain. I : 1890 L

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",:. \ 'RAIN DASHED INTO SAME. ....... .-....-. .
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Sunning Rapidly Fast Train
t Passenger m
; t Collides With Obstruction and Goes .e GROCERYTEA
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f Into Ditch-Only One Person Fop 4 -
j, r tunately, Was Seriously Injured. -- :
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Ii; I Kncxville Tenn.. Dec. 30.-A special I -e "
! f f 10 the Sentinel from Jellico, -- .....
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t l r. The Louisville and Nashvillethrough j _
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51T passenger train from Louis '

c., fOt't ;. >of nllo Pleasant Jellico.to Knoxrllle Vie this., morning.Ky., ,was 8 miles'wrecked aorta at E We wish for you one and all a Happy and Prosperous |

p E The engine was almost completely
1 U demolished and Mail Clerk Homer U. I Ii

""< j Price Jured.A huge of Knoxville mountain,boulder was seriously had rolled in- I t New Year. Let each one of us Resolve to do better this |

J from the mountain side into a deep
cut and the train struck this boulder
with the serious results above stated. ...
. The wreck was cleared away and the coming than the last. 1
year
lAte train passed there about five hours .

The extent of Price's injuries areLot .. --
yet known here.FATAL ....
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-COLLf 3ION. .......

Alleged Was Due to Orders.Engineer Misunderstanding E We have been for J 13' 2f --- #

Port Wayne, Ind., Dec. 30-One.man catering to your wants
was killed two variously Injured and
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seven others more or less hurt in a C -
feead-on collision ween the Pennsylvania

t/onnd limited freight westbouna train at, and Larwlll an east a ? years and shall endeavor to continue to give you as 3g .
miles west of here today. .

The James dead Half: Snyder, ot Crestline, 0., ......

baggage The Oliver Injured Herbert master.: engineer of the limited good as can be had. Depending on you to assist in 3p !

+ seriously tl! ,
Elmer Stafford fireman. Limited, se.

". jer nousl H.: C.). Suttler Norfolk, Neb., passen- making the improvement. By placing before the E| /

James Robinson, colored porter.
!. G. Betts, of Chicago.

William.. J.L.Fieldstock Hill.Hamilton Jersey, colored City train, colored-barber.C. porter.A. ..por- g "Head of our Department" the defects as you see them .

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John Herbert, of Herbert .
son Engineer
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his The,father.who fact was that. riding Engineer in ,the Herbert cab with was E for by your help we shall then be able to correct and =fg

., under orders to proceed with his train ......
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under control owing to a bad stretchof II! -1I1

'. limited prevented track was near serious late Laxwill and loss otherwise alone of life doubtless for would the improve not only our service but the Grade of Goods .'

I The wrook was due to a mistake by I -t8

In Engineer reading Crowell the orders.EXPLOSION, of the. freight train, |E when they fail to be what they are represented. 3 ''1

IN FURNACE.

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Entire Town In Tennessee Shaken. .J .
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One Person Killed.
Knoxville, Tenn.. Dec. 37. S,1 S,1 S,1 .
-A special ..... r :::
to The Sentinel from LaFollette .. -
lays:
A terrific explosion occurred the ---
at
LaFoIlette iron furnace this morning. ,.- ......

killed Thomas and considerable Dial, a negro property laborer,damage was E W E DESIRE to advance and need your assistance to further that :3

< done. While a "run" was being ---
made at the furnace, a quantity of
;c ,,' molten a cooling metal pool accidentally used for disintegrating flowed into E end. Jn Unity there is Strength. So let us all pull together 3

... slag This contact of metal and:,}loa. --- ,.....
; ter The caused entire the explosion.town and community E to help each one the other thereby securing the results for ourselves .
within a radius of half a mile reverberated -
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e as a consequence, hundreds ot -- ,....
s people' MASSACRE being aroused.IN LIBERIA. and for our city Don't hesitate to give us your ideas and opinions es2 ,

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Horrible Fate of HIS ot Followers.Missionary and 19 : pecially on our Groceries. for if there can be any improvement as to 3

Washington, Dec. 30.-+:Minister Lyon I .... ,
has reported to the state department --
from Monrovia, Liberia, under ..
date of Nov. 4 last the details! of the : Quality, we stand ready to advance it zSf
massacre in the depths of an African !
Sorest of a whlte;>nisstonary named .......
lag John 18 G.in Tate number.It with. all'of his follow- : Our stock is larger and better Assorted than ever before and you can Esf

appears that the massacre took :
place as far back as March 15, 1901
yet this,the first detailed account, has get just what you want from us on quick time and '
just come to hand in an affidavit by weguarantee E5jt :
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Wrs. Mary L. Allen a white missionary "

She at had Nouna the Kroo story Liberia.from' some of the : Quality 1 and Price second to none ::: \
native Doo tribesmen who knew ot
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.the killing. ...... ":
Tate had a large mission and farm, .....
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tad besides he maintained a consid ; c
{ erable school in the jungle, and alto ,
Setter 19 people were in the mlssioj: .. I
fe- when ty the It Doos.was surrounded in the nigh I Remember that Quality Governs the Price.i.. I

The first mas who answered a knock
+ + at the door was shot. The Interpret .....
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ter, he, too, was shot and cut to pieces -4 ,
The Doos then killed all the remalnin| .
E Yours for and better
Inmates of the house, cut off their more business ft
bands and placing the bloody mea -4
bers in a coffin sent. them back t()
their people as trophies.

Irwl,,'. Wounds Fatal. t
Irwin.Columbus who,was Ga.,shot Dep.Saturday.-John night D I THE TEA POT GROCERY.t

by John T. Patrick la Odom's bar, In
***: this city, died as a result of the wound

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